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Cone Biopsy Cervix

A cone biopsy cervix applied to serious disorders can lead to a miscarriage afterwards, but usually the cervix is able to perform its functions during a pregnancy. A follow up exam is scheduled 4-6 weeks later to make sure the cervical area has healed. During this procedure, a funnel-shaped area of tissue will be removed using a laser or knife, and then sent to a lab to be examined for cancer cells and any margins of dysplasia. A cone biopsy cervix applied to serious disorders can lead to a miscarriage afterwards, but usually the cervix is able to perform its functions during a pregnancy.

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Cone Biopsy Cervix

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Miscarriage, Cervix

It is recommended that a woman doesn’t eat or drink anything for a few hours before the procedure, and should have someone drive her home. A cervical conization is performed by a gynecologist at a hospital under an anesthetic. A cone biopsy cervix applied to serious disorders can lead to a miscarriage afterwards, but usually the cervix is able to perform its functions during a pregnancy.

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

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