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What is a cervical conization?
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Dr. Leto Quarles
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In brief: Remove precancerous
Cervical conization is a surgery to remove a section of the cervix when there are pre-cancerous cells.
This can usually be done in the office, and recovery is not too uncomfortable. Extra repeat pap smears should still be done to make sure all pre-cancerous cells are gone and don't return. Can still have kids after, but cervix can be weak or scarred, so will need special attention when pregnant.

In brief: Remove precancerous
Cervical conization is a surgery to remove a section of the cervix when there are pre-cancerous cells.
This can usually be done in the office, and recovery is not too uncomfortable. Extra repeat pap smears should still be done to make sure all pre-cancerous cells are gone and don't return. Can still have kids after, but cervix can be weak or scarred, so will need special attention when pregnant.
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