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Colposcopy And Pregnancy

The question of colposcopy and pregnancy worries future mothers, but this exam is absolutely harmless; common wart, vaginal wart and other disorders should not be removed during that time, but only after the delivery. A colposcopy examination is absolutely safe for an expecting woman and does not harm the fetus in any way. Besides a very sticky mucous, there are also other changes in the organism of a pregnant woman that have to be dealt with during the procedure. The question of colposcopy and pregnancy worries future mothers, but this exam is absolutely harmless; common wart, vaginal wart and other disorders should not be removed during that time, but only after the delivery.

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Colposcopy And Pregnancy

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Wart, Vaginal Wart

Child bearing women have an increased level of estrogen, which results in a higher production of mucous that has to be managed. Only experienced health care providers should perform this examination, as it is more difficult than in non-pregnant women. The question of colposcopy and pregnancy worries future mothers, but this exam is absolutely harmless; common wart, vaginal wart and other disorders should not be removed during that time, but only after the delivery.

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

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