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Can Cryosurgery Affect Your Period
I've done twice cryosurgery in a year period of time. Should've done leep instead? I have low grade dysplasia (hpv strain 33) i'm 33 y/o with 2 kids.
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It's been 3 weeks since my cryotherapy and I have mild cramps and light bleeding. I'm not sure if it's because of the procedure or my skipped period?
Cramps: cryotherapy: Cryotherapy causes cramps when performed, and perhaps for 45-60 minutes thereafter, Bleeding from cryotherapy is because the treated cervix is fragile and when healing will easily bleed. Get a serum pregnancy test to be certain your "skipped period" is not caused by pregnancy. Cramps "three weeks later" may be due to early pregnancy , and an ectopic pregnancy needs to be ruled out . ...Read more
Gyno says its normal to have heavy bleeding after cryotherapy. She says its because I'm on depo. I haven't had a period in a year. Normal???
Errr...: it's normal "up to a point." heavy bleeding for LIMITED times soon after cryo is likely normal, prolonged heavy bleeding or bleeding months after a cryo is likely NOT normal. Depo-Provera does not cause heavy bleeding tho many women describe it as heavy because it's frequent. Keep a close watch on the bleeding and talk with your doctor again if worried. Good wishes. ...Read more
I had cryotherapy done 2 weeks ago. After the drainage and my period is over at the end of the week, will it be okay to have sex without a condom?
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