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Severe stomach pain, underwent scans and tests. Result: severe chronical cervicitis. Drs. Suggesting to cryocautery treatment. Just wanted to have second opinion.is it right treatment or any alternative is dr. And if d Sam e treatment has to done, wether it will b done by giving any anesthesia or wether we have to bear d pain. And what may be d cost.
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Dr. Chethan R S
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Hi..... The treatment of Chronic Cervicitis depends on the cause of the inflammation. The treatments may include: Symptomatic treatment of the signs and symptoms, if the cause is due to a non-infectious agent...Surgical treatment for Chronic Cervicitis may include laser therapy and cryotherapy...Antibiotic medication, if bacteria are the cause of the condition...Avoid sexual intercourse until the treatment is completed.....
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Dr. Deepika Sinha
Gynecologist 19 yrs exp Lucknow
Cryocautry is is right choice for severe chronic cervicitis but liquid Base cytology and colposcopy results should rule out any other pathology before going for it. Your basic complaint was severe abdominal pain. This is not a usual symptom of cervicitis. Cervicitis usually leads to vaginal discharge and if pain is there it is not severe.
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Dr. Navpreet Buttar
Gynecologist 15 yrs exp Chandigarh
Hi. Cryocautery is a good option for Chronic cervicitis. Done without anaesthesia . It numbs the cervix. So practically no pain at all. So don't be afraid of pain part. Better be done after you are finished with your periods. Take proper antibiotics for 5 days. And no intercourse for 15 -20 days after the procedure. And don't worry about the copious discharge which follows after the procedure. That's normal. The diseased cervical cells slough off and a fresh lining is created. Best of luck.
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