Specialist consultation for dysplasia and vulva

Regular smear tests on the cervix can detect changes at an early stage. Such changes are referred to as dysplasia, and the smear test will show the presence of dysplastic cells. This is a common change that is usually of little concern, but can worry the patient. In such cases, more detailed examinations such as a colposcopy or the taking of a tissue sample are sometimes necessary.

Changes to the labia and external genitalia may require a similar procedure.If these changes are accompanied by pain, they are referred to as vulvodynia.Our team has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions and offers you customised treatment approaches to improve your quality of life.

Colposcopy: A colposcopy is a special examination of the cervix, vagina and vulva. With the help of a colposcope, an illuminated magnifying instrument, our experts can recognise changes or abnormalities at an early stage and treat them in a targeted manner.

Dysplasia: Dysplasia refers to cell changes in the cervix that can be detected by colposcopy. These changes are often precursors to cancer, but are easily treatable if detected early. Our team specialises in carefully monitoring these changes and, if necessary, treating them to protect your health.

Vulvodynia: Vulvodynia is a chronic vulvar pain syndrome that can be very distressing for affected women. Our experts have extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of vulvodynia. In particular, if vulvodynia makes sexual intercourse painful (dyspareunia), this is very stressful for both the woman affected and the couple.

Our aim is to support you at every stage of your treatment and to provide the best possible care. We attach great importance to personalised care and individual treatment approaches in order to meet your specific needs.

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