Cervicectomy

What is Cervicectomy?

In gynecologic oncology, trachelectomy, also cervicectomy, is a surgical removal of the uterine cervix. As the uterine body is preserved, this type of surgery is a fertility preserving surgical alternative to a radical hysterectomy and applicable in selected younger women with early cervical cancer.

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I had a hysterectomy six years ago for uterine and cervical cancer. Recently, I have had some bleeding from the vaginal cuff. I use Replens for...

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Hi, XXXXXXX
Replens won’t affect vaginal bleeding (positively or negatively).
It is used for vaginal long lasting moisture.
Vaginal bleeding is...

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I HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER WHO WAS TOLD SHE HAS CERVICAL AND UTERAN CANCER STILL WAITING FURTHER INFO BUT SHE WON'T TELL US MUCH. SHE HAS LOST MAJOR...

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Depending upon the lymph nodes, size of the tumour and the metastases the staging is defined. She can undergo chem and radio...

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I am 24years old and have recently been informed that I have cervical cancer. I will be having a radical trachelectomy done...my doctor started me...

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Medicine or hormone treatments are often the first steps in fertility treatment. They are also used for in vitro fertilization and other...

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