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Cervical Dysplasia: Best Treatments

Monday, 10 February 2014 02:25 AM EST

Cervical dysplasia is a condition in which there is additional tissue growth in the cervix that is present between the uterus and vagina. Cervical dysplasia is most commonly caused due to infection by the human papilloma virus. Infection leading to cervical dysplasia is most commonly caused by sexual contact and occurs more commonly in women younger than 30.
Cervical dysplasia is a precursor for cervical cancer. Cervical cancer has been reported in many women with cervical dysplasia who did not undergo treatment and take medicines for cure it.
Cervical cancer incidence can be reduced through early diagnosis and treatment of cervical dysplasia. However, the symptoms of cervical dysplasia often go unnoticed and so diagnosis does not happen in the early stages for many. This increases the risk of acquiring cervical cancer. In turn, the necessity for medicines and treatment for cervical cancer cure have also gone up.
Medicines for Treatment and Cure of Cervical Dysplasia

Treatment options and cure for cervical dysplasia depend on various factors such as the age of the person, severity of condition, and so on. For mild cases of cervical dysplasia, medicines or treatment might not be required at all. The body’s natural immune system usually flushes out the HPV virus in the case of mild cervical dysplasia. Progress in cure and any necessity for additional medicines and treatment can be ascertained by performing regular pap tests once in three months.
However, in women older than 20, when the cervical dysplasia persists for more than two years, it can increase in severity to moderate cervical dysplasia, which also increases the risk of acquiring cervical cancer.
  1. Cone biopsy: This is a surgical treatment procedure in which a cone-shaped tissue is removed from the cervix and tested for cervical cancer. This procedure is also performed to cure cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer by removing the unwanted tissue that has grown.
  2. LEEP: Loop electrosurgical excision procedure is a treatment method in which a thin, low-voltage electrified loop is used to remove or cut out cervical tissue growth that causes dysplasia and cancer.
  3. Cryosurgery: This treatment method is effective in cervical dysplasia cure since the cancerous cells are destroyed by the application of extreme cold.
  4. Electrocauterization: In this treatment procedure, an electrified probe is applied on the precancerous growth in cervical dysplasia to destroy the cells through application of heat.
  5. Laser surgery: This is also a popular treatment method used to destroy unwanted tissue growth in the cervix that leads to cervical dysplasia and cancer.
In addition to these methods, traditional surgery is also performed to remove the unnecessary tissue from the cervix and cure dysplasia.
Precautions While Taking Treatments for Cervical Dysplasia and Cancer

All of the surgical treatments performed to remove unnecessary tissue in the cervix have side effects such as severe bleeding and possible impact on pregnancy and the ability of women to conceive. Hence, it is important that women with cervical dysplasia discuss possible outcomes with their doctors before taking up treatments.

Pap tests also need to be performed regularly (at least once in three months) for repeat testing after undergoing treatment for cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer.       

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Are you suffering from cervical dysplasia? You are at risk of acquiring cervical cancer, which could be deadly. Early diagnosis of cervical dysplasia is a challenge. However, medicines and surgical treatments are available to cure cervical dysplasia, if it is identified.
Monday, 10 February 2014 02:25 AM
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