Bringing clarity to your reproductive health with expert colposcopy services
At our gynaecology clinic, we offer top-rated colposcopy services to ensure the health and well-being of our patients. Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure used to examine the cervix, vagina and vulva for signs of abnormalities or cervical cancer.
We use state-of-the-art equipment to perform the colposcopy procedure, ensuring accurate results. It is safe and non-invasive, and you can expect minimal discomfort.
Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure used to examine the cervix, vagina and vulva. If you’re referred for a colposcopy, know what to expect during your visit to our gynaecology clinic.
First, you will have a consultation with our gynaecologist to discuss your medical history and the symptoms you may be experiencing. During the colposcopy procedure, our doctor will use a colposcope to examine the tissues and may take a biopsy if the doctor detects suspicious areas.
It’s normal to feel mild discomfort during the procedure, but it should not be painful. After the colposcopy, you may experience mild cramping or spotting, but these symptoms will resolve quickly.
Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure performed by a gynaecologist to diagnose and treat conditions affecting the cervix, vagina and vulva. Here are some important before and after instructions for a colposcopy procedure that will help you ensure a successful and quick recovery.
Follow these before and after instructions for a colposcopy carefully to ensure a successful and quick recovery.
Colposcopy determines the cause of abnormal cervical cell changes detected during a Pap smear or other screening tests. It can also diagnose and treat conditions like cervical dysplasia, cervical cancer and genital warts.
During your colposcopy procedure, our doctor inserts a speculum into the vagina to hold the vaginal walls apart. The colposcope is positioned outside the body to get a magnified view of the cervix and surrounding tissues. Our doctor may also perform a biopsy on suspicious areas to obtain a tissue sample for further analysis.
A colposcopy is usually not painful, but some may experience discomfort or pressure during the procedure. In case of a biopsy, the doctor may use a local anaesthetic to numb the area and reduce your pain.
A colposcopy usually takes about 10 to 20 minutes to complete.
Colposcopy is a safe and effective diagnostic procedure, but like all medical procedures, there are some potential risks. These may include bleeding, infection or scarring. Your doctor will discuss these risks with you and help you understand possible outcomes before the procedure.