Abnormal Cervical Smears

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Abnormal Cervical Smears

5% of cervical smears are reported as abnormal and require further follow up. This may entail a colposcopy examination to further characterise the level of abnormality.

Often  with mild precancer changes it is possible to manage conservatively without treatment but for moderate and severe precancer changes a straightforward outpatient procedure to remove the abnormal tissue area can be safely undertaken.  

Within the Gynaecology Group we are able to offer a colposcopy assessment and treatment if required within a week together with management plans regarding follow up.