Video: ❶ Treatment Of Erosion During Pregnancy
Erosion means a defect in the mucous membrane. In this case, the epithelium of the vaginal region of the cervix can be subject to erosion as a result of the inflammatory process, chemical and traumatic damage, as well as hormonal disruptions. As a rule, this term is understood as the occurrence of redness on the cervix. Location: Location: Quite often, erosion is found in women when they see a doctor in connection with the onset of pregnancy. At the same time, there is a judgment that in this case, treatment should be postponed until delivery. However, in some cases, after childbirth, erosion can go away on its own. In this case, observation is necessarily carried out, which consists of a cytological and colposcopic examination.
In case of complication of erosion during pregnancy, treatment is still necessary. It takes place depending on the reasons for the formation of erosion.
There are the following methods of treating erosion during pregnancy:
1. Conservative - chemical coagulation is performed. This procedure involves the treatment of the cervix with special effective drugs.
2. Surgical treatment. In this case, the surgical removal of certain affected tissues occurs.
3. Laser coagulation - the area of the cervix, where erosion is located, is exposed to an active laser beam (a powerful beam of light).
4. Cryodestruction is a freezing method using liquid nitrogen. There are also disadvantages of using this method of treatment: after a cold burn, in the process of healing the wound of the cervix, it often releases a fairly large amount of liquid. At the same time, trace elements necessary for the body are lost, and the woman experiences great inconvenience.
5. Diathermocoagulation. In this case, cauterization with electric current is performed.
In turn, the approach to the treatment of erosion during pregnancy should be strictly individual and complex, and in a large number of cases with the involvement of related specialists.
When choosing a method for treating erosion located on the cervix, you must consult with the gynecologist who monitors your pregnancy.