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Mild Cervical Dysplasia

The diagnosis of mild cervical dysplasia is treatable with immune boosting supplements to help the cervical tissue generate healthy tissue and suppress the condyloma viruses. The most common treatments for this level are cryotherapy or laser treatment. This will offer a second reading on the abnormal cells; so if treatment is actually needed, doctors can recommend it. Some doctors will recommend a colposcopy with biopsy after getting this pap reading. The diagnosis of mild cervical dysplasia is treatable with immune boosting supplements to help the cervical tissue generate healthy tissue and suppress the condyloma viruses.

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Mild Cervical Dysplasia

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Cervical, Condyloma

At this level the majority of cases are not treated immediately since most women at this stage will clear the abnormal cells on their own within a few months. This is the low level of abnormal cells of the cervix, also called LGSIL (low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions) or CIN I. The diagnosis of mild cervical dysplasia is treatable with immune boosting supplements to help the cervical tissue generate healthy tissue and suppress the condyloma viruses.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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