Experience safe and painless colposcopy by Dr. Disha Verman in Mathura

Dr. Disha Verman is a highly experienced obstetrician and gynaecologist serving in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, for gynaecological procedures like colposcopy.

What is a colposcopy?

After a positive and abnormal Pap test, doctors usually recommend going through a colposcopy for a clear diagnosis. A colposcopy is a gynaecological procedure that is done to examine the cervix and find out the exact cause of the abnormalities. This medical examination helps doctors have a closeup look at your cervix (lower part of the uterus) and the wall of your vagina to detect any abnormal tissue.

Why would women need a coloscopy?

Colposcopy is recommended for people who have certain problems related to the cervix or if something abnormal is detected in a cervical screening test.

A doctor may perform this procedure because of certain conditions, which are as follows:

  • Detection of some abnormalities, such as noncancerous cells, in the cervical screening sample
  • Infections such as the human papillomavirus (HPV) that may lead to cancer
  • Experiencing unexplained bleeding and other problems
  • Pap results were abnormal.

What are the benefits of colposcopy?

Colposcopy is a cervical screening procedure, and here are some of its benefits.

  • Detect early signs of cervical abnormalities that include precancerous changes and cervical cancer.
  • Nature and severity of cervical abnormalities
  • Find out the reason for changes in the cervix over time.

What happens during a colposcopy?

This cervical screening is usually done at the doctor’s clinic and under the guidance of a trained medical professional. It usually takes ten to twenty minutes to complete the procedure.

During the colposcopy, your doctor will place a speculum in your vagina to hold the open walls of your vagina and access the cervix. After inserting the speculum, the gynaecologist will position a special magnifying instrument known as a colposcope (a microscope with a small light) away from your vulva.

Through this instrument, the doctor may be able to see images on the screen and then apply a solution to highlight any suspicious areas or cells. During the procedure, if your gynaecologist finds any suspicious group of cells, they will collect a sample of tissue (a biopsy) and then send it to the lab for further testing.

Some individuals might feel uncomfortable during the colposcopy, and then it should be discussed with the doctor to stop or resume the procedure after some time.

What to expect after the procedure?

It is common to experience some pain and discomfort following the cervical screening procedure. But it can be managed with some over-the-counter pain relievers.

You may be advised by your doctor to take some days off after the procedure and also to schedule follow-up appointments.

If you have any concerns or are experiencing severe and unusual symptoms, contact your gynaecologist right away for the right guidance and treatment.

Schedule your pain-free cervical screening test with Dr. Disha Verman in Mathura

Colposcopy is a type of cervical screening test that can help doctors look at your cervix and detect any abnormal cells.

To get a colposcopy in Mathura, consult Dr. Disha Verman as she can treat and manage a wide range of gynaecological conditions and provide a personalised treatment plan according to the specific needs of the patients. Dr. Disha, with many years of experience in the field of gynaecology, is well known for medical procedures like colposcopy.

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