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Cervical Cone Biopsy

A cervical cone biopsy of suspicious abnormal cells may be taken of an area demonstrating HPV vaginal dysplasia. If an abnormal Pap smear has been found and confirmed by a colposcopy, a conization of the cervix may be recommended. This procedure removes a funnel shaped area from the cervix and canal. With this, all the abnormal cells should be gone and the sample can be tested for cancerous cells. A cervical cone biopsy of suspicious abnormal cells may be taken of an area demonstrating HPV vaginal dysplasia.

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Cervical Cone Biopsy

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HPV, Vaginal Dysplasia

After the procedure you should not douche, have intercourse, or use tampons for 4-6 weeks. There also maybe some bleeding for a few days and an increase in discharge for up to three weeks. If bleeding doesnít stop or the discharge has a bad smell, you should contact your doctor. A cervical cone biopsy of suspicious abnormal cells may be taken of an area demonstrating HPV vaginal dysplasia.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Symptom, HPV and Cervical Cancer, HPV Wart, HPV Infection in Man, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus, Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Warts

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

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