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Care Skin After Cryosurgery
Cryotherapy: Cryosurgery is best suited for use in patients with light skin and for treatment of lesions in most non–hair-bearing areas of the body. Benign skin lesions that are suitable for freezing include actinic keratosis, solar lentigo, seborrheic keratosis, viral wart, molluscum contagiosum, and superficial squamous and basal cell skin cancers. ...Read more
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3rd time cryotherapy on common wart. All skin fell off and now just deep dark red skin. Is wart gone? Should I keep applying salacidic acid??
I had cryotherapy on 5 sunspots/moles 3 weeks ago. All of the scabs fell off, but the skin is still pink? How long to fade and is this normal healing?
I m having wart on my penis so started cryotherapy... After two week gud result but recently I developed little oedema on skin of penis what s'd I do?
Edema: Could be a reaction to cryo. It will go away. ...Read more
Discharge: The discharge is a normal situation after an uncomplicated cryosurgery. Your cervis was literally "frozen" and is now "thawing. " this usually last for a couple of weeks depending on the extent of the cryosurgery. Report any unusual situations like a bloody or foul smelling discharge to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Did you ask your GYN: Who is going to do it, you should ask your gyn, that is your gyn's job to explain everything just like I do to my pts, so call him or her or their nurse, they may have specific instructions for u. ...Read more
Go back: See your doc that did cryo so they can see if you need other therapy. ...Read more
No: Typically cryosurgery of the cervix is done without any local anesthetic because the freezing of the cervix actually numbs the cervix and minimizes the discomfort. You usually will experience a little cramping like a menstrual cycle and premedication with Ibuprofen can help with this. ...Read more
What is nano-microvesicular intervention? What are other alternatives for cryosurgery in treating nsclc?
Not standard: Cryosurgery is not a standard treatment for nsclc at this time. In early stages, excision of the tumor by traditional or minimally invasive means is standard when health condition allows. In more advanced cases chemotherapy with or without radiation is needed. Cryosurgery is one of many options (stent, laser, radiofrequency, brachytherapy) used for opening blocked bronchial tubes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Any surgical procedure has potential complications. Make sure that you have exhausted all conservative options before electing to undergo surgery. One of therapy that many overlook before considering surgery is radial shock wave therapy. It is non-invasive, has almost no complications and is highly effective. Www. Orthodoc. Aaos. Org/footankle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on Where: Cryosurgery can be performed on a lot of different parts of the body. Depending on where, the symptoms after treatment are similar to a burn, with some stinging pain and often blistering. If you mean on the cervix (ob/gyn), it's often described as a stinging or crampy type pain and you're likely to have some spotting afterward. Ask your doctor for more specific info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Discharge normal: Abundant clear discharge usually clears within a few weeks ...Read more
Great: With cryosurgery, the affected area is frozen, which destroys the tissue. How deep this goes depends on the length of the freeze, although there is a limit to that due to the warming effect of the circulation. A cone biopsy, now done by loop excision, removes the affected tissue in pieces. It has an advantage in that the margins can be examined by the pathologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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