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Other names: Cervix Conization, Cervical Screening, Cervical conization, Colposcopy, Biopsy - cone.

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It is advised to avoid sexual intercourse to prevent infection and bleeding. If signs of bleeding and infection are absent, it is not serious. However, it does not mean that it is advisable to do it again.

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Dr. Narmada Katakam



Bleeding in this circumstance is not uncommon and may be treated by: placing some stitches within the cervix applying solutions to the cervix to promote blood clotting inserting a pack into the vagina to compress the blood vessels from which you are bleeding The choice of which of these is performed will depend on the type of bleeding and your colposcopist's preferences

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Dr. David Charles Hunter




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Mr. Ayman Fouad MBBCh, MSc, MRCOG, MD

Gynaecologist, Obstetrician

Brighton & Hove

If what you mean is that the edges of the cone or biopsy contain abnormal cells then this will mean that you may require further treatment

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Dr. David Charles Hunter



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