Gynaecological DisordersCervical Dysplasia
The development of abnormal cells in the narrow neck of a woman’s uterus (the cervix).
Treatable by a medical professional
Requires a medical diagnosis
Lab tests or imaging always required
Medium-term: resolves within months
Cervical dysplasia is found by a Pap test. It’s most often caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and may lead to cancer if not treated.
Most of the time, this condition causes no symptoms.
Mild cases may go away without treatment. When required, treatment may include surgery or laser therapy.