Many women go to the hospital for gynecological examination or pelvic B -ultrasound examination, and they will be told that there are cervical cysts.At this time, they were extremely worried that cysts would affect their bodies, hoping to be treated as soon as possible.
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How does cervical cyst form?
Cervical cysts, also known as cervical Na’s cysts or cervical gland cysts, are mostly physiological changes in cervix.I believe that everyone is no stranger to "cervical erosion". It is due to the long -term effect of female estrogen levels in women. The cylindrical epithelium located in the cervical pipe develops more outward.When you check it, you will find that the cervix has "erosion -like changes". This is actually not a real erosion, but a complete cervical cylindrical epithelium.In the process of substituing the squamous epithelium to replace the cylindrical epithelium, the newly -scaled epithelium covers the cervical glandular mouth or extended into the gonad tube, blocking the gonadal mouth, causing the glandular secretion to be blocked, and a cyst will be left.Cervical local injury or chronic inflammation of the cervix cause the glandular mouth to narrow, and can also cause the formation of cervical cysts.
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What does cervical cyst look like?
Cervical cysts are generally small, mostly within 1cm, and can exist single or more.During the inspection, the cervical cysts of the shallow part can be seen on the surface of the cervix protruding a single or multiple blue and white sac balp, and a deep cervical cyst. Generally, it cannot be seen during examination.A few women may grow a lot.In fact, cervical cysts are not as terrible as everyone imagined, and some are like a few small acne on the cervix.
What impact does cervical cyst have on women?
As mentioned earlier, most of the cervical cysts are very small. These small cysts usually do not have any impact on women’s bodies. Here we must draw a key point. Please remember: Most women’s cervical cysts are small, and the cervical cysts of most women are small.A small cervical cyst generally does not affect the body, and usually does not affect pregnancy.
There are very few female cervical cysts that may grow very much, (here are the most important points: very few), a large cervical cyst may affect conception; it may hinder the smooth discharge of menstruation, resulting in the extension of menstrual periods, prolonging the period of menstruation, and prolonging the period of menstrual periods, prolonged menstrual period, and prolonged menstrual periods, prolonged menstrual periods, and prolonged menstrual periods.Symptoms such as dysmenorrhea.
How to treat cervical cysts?
When talking about cervical cysts will have any impact on women, we know that most of the cysts are small and will not have any effects. Therefore, these small, without symptomatic cysts, usually do not need special treatment, regularly until regularly, until it comes to regularJust check the hospital.For very few cysts with large cysts and symptoms, it needs to be treated.Treatment can take surgery to cut the cysts for drainage.In addition, some physical methods such as microwave can also be treated.
Finally, let me talk about the issue of cervical cancer
Some women may worry that cervical cysts will not be treated and will develop cervical cancer.In fact, the occurrence of cervical cancer is mainly related to the long -term infection of certain high -risk human papilloma virus (HPV).And only for many years of high -risk HPV infection can cytological abnormal changes.HPV is a very common virus. If it is only infected in a short time, don’t be too nervous, because most of them can rely on their own immune system to completely remove the virus.
At present, through existing medical technology, it can completely cure cervical cancer lesions, thereby preventing the occurrence of cervical cancer.Therefore, it is important to regularly and effectively do cervical cancer screening.Recommended: women aged 21-29 have cytological screening every 3 years without detecting HPV; women aged 30-65 performed a joint screening of cytology and HPV every 5 years, or once 3 years of cellsLearning screening; women over 65 years old who have been screened in the past, can no longer screen.