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Herbal Treatment For Cervix Slightly Thinned
Cervix slightly thinned is the normal condition during labor in which a woman's cervix has thinned a little bit. Before the start of labor, the cervix has some length to it (about 1 inch long, from the vagina side of the cervix to the uterus side of the cervix). As labor progresses, the pressing from the baby flattens out the cervix so that it gets shorter and shorter ("thinner"). Eventually it is fully thinned and fully dilated, and the baby can move through the cervix and ...Read more
What did your OB say: Anything under 3.0 cm needs to be watched closely as you may end up needing a stitch (cerclage) but that is usually done if cervix gets down to 2.5cm or less but your OB should have already discussed this at length with you and if your OB has not then you need to call or go in for a visit and if you were my pt i would let the perinatologist who I use to follow your cervix and decide if u need one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have to have a lietz treatment in my cervix for HPV. I also got told I have cysts, is that from HPV?
LEEP?: "Lietz"? Or LEEP (loop electrosurgical excision procedure)? I'm not sure it's necessary -- pap smears aren't even recommended at your age. Below 25-30, almost all cervical HPV infections clear on their own, even if dysplasia is present. Discuss w/ doc or get 2nd opinion at one of Australia's excellent government funded sexual health centres. Nabothian cysts are normal at age 19, not caused by HPV. ...Read more
Hi I recently had cold treatment to my cervix after having abnormal cells removed cin 2, it's been 3 weeks &I after sex I've bleed? Is that normal?
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