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is the abnormal appearance of cells on the surface of the cervix when they are looked at using a microscope. Although this is not cancer, it is considered a precancerous condition
. Get yourself examined by a Gynecologist and get a Colposcopy
directed biopsy to confirm it and determine its severity. Follow up Pap smears are recommended for mild abnormalities as in your case.
The treatment Options include, reatment for moderate to severe dysplasia or mild dysplasia that does not go away may include, Cryosurgery
, Electrocauterization, Laser vaporization
to destroy the abnormal tissue, Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure using electrocautery to remove abnormal areas or Surgery to remove the abnormal tissue that is cone biopsy. You will need a consistent follow up every 3 to 6 Months. Don't smoke if you do, Use condoms during intercourse.
Wish you Good Health, Take Care.