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Screening and treatment of common gynecological diseases


A colposcopy is a procedure to find out whether there are abnormal cells on or in a woman's cervix or vagina. The cervix is the part of the womb that sits in the vagina.


Cryotherapy is a gynecological treatment that freezes and destroys abnormal, precancerous cervical cells. Cryotherapy is not a treatment for cervical cancer; cryotherapy treats only precancer.

Cervical polyps

A polyp is a growth of tissue from either the outside of the cervix (neck of the womb) or inside the cervical canal (the passageway between the vagina and the womb). Polyps are usually benign (not cancerous) and can be removed quite easily.

Genital warts

Genital warts are the most common type of sexually transmitted infection (STI). They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), however not all those infected with HPV will develop genital warts. The warts are visible small fleshy lumps or clusters that appear around the genital areas of men and women including the vagina, cervix, vulva (area outside of the vagina), penis, and rectum.

Bartholin’s gland cyst

The Bartholin's glands are two pea-sized glands located on the vulva, with one on each side of the vaginal opening. They secrete fluid that acts as a lubricant during sex. The fluid travels down tiny tubes, called ducts, into the vagina. If the ducts become blocked, they can fill with fluid and expand to form a cyst.

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