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What To Expect After Cervical Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy is a therapeutic modality that uses extreme cold to freeze the cervix in an effort to destroy abnormal cells. It is indiscriminate, killing normal cells along with the abnormal. The length of time it is applied determines the depth of tissue destruction. Because of its imprecision, it has largely been replaced by leep ...Read more
I will be having cervical cryotherapy next month. What are the potential long-term risks of the procedure?
Several: However they are unlikely. Cervical incompetence and stenosis are possible risks but not likely. ...Read more
It's been 15 days since i had cervical cryotherapy, is it normal that I have been bleeding a little bit?
3 months: Generally, it is recommended to wait 3 months unless there were complications such as a secondary infection of the cervix or failure to heal properly. You need to ask your GYN MD surgeon this question who performed the cryo for accuracy in your specific instance. ...Read more
Bleeding: You could develop bleeding. Otherwise a scab falling of is usually part of normal healing process unless dislodged early which you make more likely to have bleeding. Infection also risk ...Read more
I've had cervical cryotherapy twice in the past 2 years. I was 22 years old. Now is it possible that it may affect your hormones?
Ask your MD: You need to ask the MD who did the procedure this question as most MD's want to do an exam post procedure to check on healing and ruling out infection before a goo ahead on sexual activity. ...Read more