Cervical conisation under anaesthesia

Cervical conisation – surgical treatment method to treat cervical dysplasia.

The purpose of conisation is to remove an area from the cervix, the cells of which have changed, either for diagnostic or treatment purposes.

The need for the operation shall be determined by a gynaecologist, a referral is required. The cervical conisation shall be performed in an outpatient setting by using local anaesthesia. The operation will not be performed during menstruation. After the operation, the patient shall be allowed to go home.

Under anesthesia, conization of the cervix is performed in the day care of gynecology. The operation is not performed during menstruation. Do not eat or drink, chew gum or smoke before the procedure. The patient is discharged home the same day.