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When a colposcopy is performed and cervical lesions are found, treatments such as a natural remedy (to booste the immune system) or surgical procedures such as cryotherapy are options. The cervix is situated between the vagina and the uterus and plays a great role in childbirth. This organ is susceptible to a number of disorders, such as inflammations (cervicitis), eversion, erosion, stenosis, incompetence, polyps, cysts, dysplasia and other problems. When a colposcopy is performed and cervical lesions are found, treatments such as a natural remedy (to booste the immune system) or surgical procedures such as cryotherapy are options.

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Every woman who is sexually active should have Pap tests regularly to detect minor problems of the cervix. One of the most common diseases is dysplasia that means abnormal growth on the surface of the cervix. If not treated, it may lead to cancer. When a colposcopy is performed and cervical lesions are found, treatments such as a natural remedy (to booste the immune system) or surgical procedures such as cryotherapy are options.

Other Topics: HPV in a Woman, HPV Shot, HPV Pictures, HPV Photo, Colposcopy HPV, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine, Human Papillomavirus HPV, HPV and Cervical Cancer, Pap Smear Test Result, Genital Links Wart

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

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