I have a transplanted kidney and I was recently found to have severe cervical dysplasia. The biopsy results are not yet back, but the physician says I must have my uterus and cervix removed. My question is: Can I have the operation in your clinic?
For severe cervical dysplasia, usually cervical conization is sufficient. If you have no plans for reproduction, or you already have children, then theoretically you can discuss having a laparoscopic removal of the uterus and cervix, but these decisions should not be made through correspondence. If you have a referral for an operation in the city where you live, and have the opportunity to come to Moscow, come for a free consultation using "Second Opinion" promotion. If necessary, we can quickly provide operative treatment at a discount.