October 27, 2017

Why Do Our Experts Recommend a Colposcopy After Abnormal Pap Smear Results?

Gyn Procedure Colposcopy

Gyn Procedure Colposcopy

If you have recently had a Pap smear test done and the results come back as abnormal, your physician may have recommended you have a colposcopy as a follow-up. This safe procedure is helpful to doctors because it can help diagnose genital warts, cervix inflammation, and precancerous changes in tissue. At Dr. Susan Fox’s Center for Women, our physicians can provide you with a safe and effective Gyn Procedure Colposcopy so you can be in control of your health. Our staff is dedicated to making sure you felt comfortable and cared for throughout your visits to our office.

Your physician will perform a Gyn Procedure Colposcopy by using an instrument called a colposcope to examine your cervix, vulva, and vagina. If they find any unusual cells, then they will collect the sample and send it to the lab for testing. Before any procedure like this, it is normal to experience anxiety and feel uncomfortable when coming in for your appointment. Our staff and physicians want to make sure you feel right at home, so if you have any questions or concerns about your procedure, they will be more than happy to answer them for you.

Colposcopy Examination

A typical Gyn Procedure Colposcopy only lasts about 15 to 20 minutes and is standard to a pelvic exam. While you lie flat on your back, your physician will use a speculum and a colposcope to examine the cervix and highlight any abnormal cell areas. There are two different biopsies your physician may perform in order to collect a sample for testing, cervical or vaginal. A cervical biopsy is not painful, but you may feel a little discomfort while the tissue is being removed. A vaginal biopsy means the tissue is in a more sensitive area so that a local anesthetic will be applied to numb the area.

At Dr. Susan Fox’s Center for Women, we can provide you with a safe and effective Gyn Procedure Colposcopy. If you had abnormal results in a recent Pap smear, then your physician may recommend this procedure for you. If you feel anxious or nervous about your appointment, our staff will be more than happy to sit down with you and walk you through the procedure and any other questions you may have.

Colposcopy Aftercare

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