Post-cervical monitoring and care

Cervical tip can occur some undesirable complications. Therefore, post-cervical monitoring plays a very important role for patients to quickly recover and limit complications.

1. What is cervical tip?

Cervical tip is a method of removing part of the cone of the cervical. The purpose of this method is to eliminate lesions in the cervical region and the entire modified region.

To perform a cervical musectosis,doctors will disinfect the external genitals and place the duck beak in the vagina to see the vagina better. The doctor will then use the electric ring (LEEP) to remove the tip tissue from the cervical. The effect of the electrical ring is to hemc bleed the cutting position while using a laser beam to prevent bleeding.

2. Why cut off the tip of the cervical tip?

Currently, there are many cures for cervical diseases, but the cervical cirlitar method is still prescribed by the doctor in many cases, caused by:

  • Cervical tip is insularly in which patients have abnormal cancer screening results that help assess or treat the disease.
  • Helps to eliminate abnormal crap in the cervical effectively, quickly.
  • Help get a full range of intact specimens for tissue testing after the procedure.
  • Treatment of pre-cervical cancer lesions (mild to severe arrhythmicity), benign lesions in the cervical to treat ineffective cold pressure, cervical polyps, cervical fibroids.
  • Helps monitor abnormal Pap tests continuously.
  • Diagnosis of invasive cervical cancer.

Cervical tip

Cervical musectar method

3. Post-cervical monitoring and care

Post-cervical monitoring is one of the very important steps for patients to quickly recover and limit complications. So what should be abstained from after the cervical tip? And how to care for and clean daily? In this regard, specialists believe that, after cutting off the tip of the cervicaltip, the patient may have pink, liquid, mild spasms or brown – black vaginal fluid. However, bleeding after the tip of the cervical tip is normal and it takes a few weeks for the cervical to heal completely. In order to quickly recover and avoid complications, patients should:

  • Use therapeutic drugs as directed by your doctor to prevent infection.
  • It is not recommended to take anything in the vagina such as tampons or vaginal dosing too deep; abstain from sex for 6 weeks to avoid infection and help the wound heal quickly.
  • Cutting off the tip of the cervical tip can increase the risk of premature birth or underweight childbirth for later pregnancies, so it is necessary to monitor health, carefully examine during reconstruction after cervical tip and during pregnancy.
  • In rare cases, post-cervical reconstruction can cause the patient's cervical uterus to narrow and cause menstrual abnormalities, menstrual disorders or make conception more difficult, go to a medical facility for an immediate check-up in this case.
  • In case the patient has performed a tip biopsy, pap testing should be performed every 4–6 months or as recommended by the doctor for regular monitoring and cervical examination.

During the reconstruction period after the cervical tip, the patient should pay attention to the doctor's instructions and should contact immediately if the following problems are encountered:

  • Menstruation is more than usual;
  • Post-cervical bleeding is accompanied by blood clots;
  • Abdominal pain is numerous and according to fever.

Share99 International Health Hub currently offers a package of screening and early detection of gynecologic cancer, helping to detect 4 diseases early: cervical cancer, breast cancer, uterus cancer and ovarian cancer even if the patient has no symptoms.

Medical examination customers at Share99 Hai Phong

Examination of obstetrics and gynecology at Share99 International Health Hub

Subjects who should use the Gynecologic Cancer Screening and Early Detection Package include:

  • Female customers, over 40 years old.
  • Customers in need can screen for breast-gynecologic cancer pathology (cervical, uterus, ovarian).
  • Customers are at increased risk for cancer diseases – especially family history customers with breast and gynecologic cancers.
  • Women of reproduction age, pre-menopause and menopause.
  • Women are having suspected symptoms of breast cancer, gynecology such as: pain in the breast, lumps in the breast, bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, abdominal pain, etc.

If you have abnormal symptoms, you should be examined and consulted with a specialist.

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About: John Smith

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