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Doctor insights on: Ectropion Repair

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How to diagnose cervical ectropion?

How to diagnose cervical ectropion?

See your doctor: Only a thorough vaginal exam by a physician. ...Read more

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Does cervical ectropion go away on its own? Does it affect chances of getting preg? How serious is this issue?

Common: Cervical ectropian does go away and it does not affect the chances of pregnancy unless doctor has confused ectropion with inflammation from a std, for example. If you're worried, make sure you're free from stds, otherwise, i wouldn't worry about it. We see it all the time and is a normal variation. ...Read more

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Can a cervical ectropion bleed daily & abundantly? Been diagnosed with one due to be treated by laser; bleeding has become much worse in past weeks.

Can a cervical ectropion bleed daily & abundantly? Been diagnosed with one due to be treated by laser; bleeding has become much worse in past weeks.

Chlamydia testing: A heavy bleeding from a cervical ectropion sound unusual, but I would not completely dismiss it. I would want to be sure, other factors have been ruled out, e.g., a chlamydia infection, and I would want to be sure that testing for HPV is negative, making is highly unlikely that this could be cervical dysplasia. ...Read more

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I have been having bleeding after sex alot and spotting.had smear last Tues then Sunday morning woke up to brown bleeding could this be ectropion cc.

I have been having bleeding after sex alot and spotting.had smear last Tues then Sunday morning woke up to brown bleeding could this be ectropion cc.

Bleeding after sex: It could be an ectopic or just miscarriage , would check HCG, sonogram looking for a miscarriage ectopic,polyps. But also need to check PAP and look for cervicitis/ growths. ...Read more

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Is a cervical polyp the same as an ectropion on the cervix?

No: Those are different things. A cervical polyp is a specific piece of tissue growing off the cervix. Ectropion is a normal finding where the internal cells of the cervix are exposed to the vagina. ...Read more

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At 4 weeks 5 days my 1st hCG was 313, 2 days later 250, my cervix was closed had slight bleeding from ectropion. Am I going to misscarry?! No pain

At  4 weeks 5 days my 1st hCG was 313, 2 days later 250, my cervix was closed had slight bleeding from ectropion. Am I going to misscarry?! No pain

Possibly yes: in a viable pregnancy the beta hCG concentration doubles every 48 hours.if that is not the case or HCG concentration decreases then the likelihood is that this is not a viable pregnancy. ...Read more