Cervical dysplasia: what is it?

Ksenia Gaynulina
Ksenia Gaynulina
January 24, 2015
Cervical dysplasia: what is it?

Cervical dysplasia can be identified by the appearance of atypical cells. Unfortunately, this disease most often does not make itself felt, that is, the disease proceeds without symptoms, but it is dangerous because it results in cervical cancer.

To prevent serious consequences, women are advised to visit a gynecologist once every six months to diagnose the condition of the genitals. The diagnosis of cervical dysplasia can be made after microscopy of a piece of tissue or a conventional smear.


Cervical dysplasia can develop due to the following diseases of the female genital organs:

  • human papillomavirus infection;
  • herpes mucous genital organs;
  • chlamydia;
  • trichomoniasis.


After the diagnosis is confirmed, the doctor will prescribe a treatment that is appropriate for the stage of the disease that is found in the patient.

There are only three stages:

  1. Moderate dysplasia, which often does not need treatment, but does not exempt from constant monitoring.
  2. Moderate dysplasia of the second degree. According to statistics, in 50% of cases the disease resolves itself, but in some cases treatment is required.
  3. Severe cervical dysplasia, when surgery is necessary.

So, the main methods are laser, electric shock, and surgical removal of the pathology.

Folk remedies

After consulting with your doctor, you can try folk remedies to cure dysplasia.

Tampons soaked in sea buckthorn oil or honey and aloe, well help with the disease. Tampons should be placed in the vagina overnight, the course of treatment is approximately 14 days.

Also use douching, for example, green tea or other anti-inflammatory herbs.

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