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Gynaecology Cryosurgery London

Cryosurgery is a method of destroying abnormal tissue by freezing it in low temperature with the help of oxide. The temperature drop has the effect of crystallising the fluid contents of the targeted cells, turning them into ice shards, resulting in the destruction of skin lesions as the membrane surrounding the treated cells is ruptured and destroyed.

cryosurgery cervix in London – what are the advantages of the procedure?

Cryosurgery is a non-invasive procedure, meaning it doesn't require surgical incisions. This reduces the risks associated with traditional surgical procedures, such as infection, scarring, and longer recovery. The procedure is relatively painless and well-tolerated by patients. Local anaesthesia is often used to numb the area, ensuring minimal discomfort during the process. Choose cryosurgery and enjoy its benefits: safe relatively painless, doesn’t require anaesthetics highly effective the lack of side effects or very mild side effects patients of any age can undergo the procedure destroying the tissue without the need of cutting it - avoiding the inconveniences connected with traditional surgical procedures no complications after the procedure

What are the indications for the procedure?

Cervix: erosions in patients who experience recurrent infections and other treatments prove ineffective squamous cell papilloma of the cervix related to HPV virus infection Nabothian cyst endometriosis Vagina, vulva, abnormal changes around the anus area: squamous cell papilloma related to HPV virus infection genital warts related to HPV virus infection other warts qualified for gynaecological aesthetic cryosurgery

What are the counter-indications to the Gynaecology Cryosurgery in London?

inflammation of the reproductive organ dysplastic lesions of the cervix cervical cancer pregnancy (doesn’t apply to vulva)

How is the procedure performed?

The procedure is relatively short (10-15 minutes) and is done in our gynaecological surgery. Cryotherapy in Isleworth is a bloodless and relatively pain-free method. During the procedure only superficial tissue is destroyed, deeper tissue is left intact. If the treatment is performed on the cervix, the patient may experience some discomfort – cramping caused by the contraction of the uterus. In case of cryosurgery of vagina or vulva, the procedure is completely painless. Our specialists of Gynaecology Cryosurgery in Isleworth will answer any of your questions, just contact us.

What are the post treatment recommendations?

As a result of tissue damage, a watery vaginal discharge will occur for up to 2 weeks. To ensure proper hygiene, it is recommended to use pads as discharge might be quite heavy. Sexual intercourse should be avoided for the whole healing period (from 2-4 to 6 weeks).