Cervical Dysplasia

“Choose proactive care, stop Dysplasia’s journey towards cancer.”

Cervical Dysplasia may come as a scary diagnosis for many women. Cervical Dysplasia has been termed a precancerous condition that concerns many people. However, women must understand that while Cervical Dysplasia may have a chance of developing into Cervical cancer, this is not always the case. Moreover, with prompt medical care, the condition can be treated without it developing into cancer. 

We, therefore, recommend that women suffering from Cervical Dysplasia symptoms must contact their healthcare providers and get all their queries answered by a medical professional to avoid any misconceptions. Education is vital in dealing with such diseases.

Doctors at Giggles Hospitals known for ​​Best Women And Children Hospital in Kukatpally provide counselling and guidance along with medical treatment to help women manage the symptoms and complications associated with Cervical Dysplasia.

Cervical Dysplasia

Cervical Dysplasia is a serious cause of concern for women’s health. It is a condition in which there is an abnormal growth of cells on the cervix. It is also known as Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia or CIN.

Cervical Dysplasia is considered a precancerous condition. This is because if left untreated, this abnormal growth may have the potential to turn into cancer.  Cervical Dysplasia usually affects sexually active women and is mostly caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Early detection through regular Pap smears or HPV tests is crucial for timely intervention.


Cervical Dysplasia typically does not cause noticeable symptoms. In some cases, however, the following symptoms may occur:

  1. Bleeding during or after sexual intercourse
  2. Persistent vaginal discharge
  3. Vaginal irritation
  4. Pelvic pain or discomfort, particularly during sexual intercourse.
  5. Changes in menstrual patterns, including heavier or longer periods.
  6. Pain or bleeding during or after pelvic examinations.

One must understand that the symptoms presented in Cervical Dysplasia may also be associated with other conditions. That is why it is important that any such symptoms must be brought to medical attention at the earliest. 


The primary cause of Cervical Dysplasia is persistent infection with high-risk types of human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection. HPV can lead to changes in the cells of the cervix, resulting in Dysplasia. 

There may be other risk factors involved which include the following:

  • Weakened immune system
  • Multiple sexual partners
  • Early age of first sexual intercourse
  • Smoking
  • History of other sexually transmitted infections

Regular Cervical screenings and HPV vaccinations are essential for early detection and prevention of Cervical Dysplasia.

Diagnosing Cervical Dysplasia at Giggles Hospital

Cervical Dysplasia is typically diagnosed through a combination of screening tests and further evaluation. The following methods are commonly used:

  1. Pap smear (Pap test)
  2. HPV test
  3. Colposcopy
  4. Biopsy
  5. DNA test (to see whether a high-risk form of HPV is present in the tissue)

Treatment for Cervical Dysplasia at Giggles Hospitals

The treatment options for Cervical Dysplasia depend on the severity of the Dysplasia and other individual factors. Common treatment approaches include:

  1. Watchful waiting
  2. Excisional procedures
  3. Cryotherapy
  4. Laser therapy
  5. Cone biopsy

After treatment, regular follow-up visits and repeat Cervical screenings are necessary to monitor for recurrence or progression of Dysplasia. It is important to discuss the available options with a healthcare professional to determine the most suitable treatment approach based on individual circumstances.

Why Choose Giggles?

Take control of your Cervical health with Giggles Gynecology Hospitals expert care for Cervical Dysplasia treatment. Our skilled team of specialists will assess your unique situation and provide tailored treatment options, including advanced procedures like LEEP, cryotherapy, or laser therapy, ensuring optimal outcomes. With our compassionate approach and state-of-the-art facilities, we’re dedicated to guiding you toward a healthier future. Trust Giggles Hospital to deliver comprehensive care and support throughout your Cervical Dysplasia treatment journey.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Cervical Dysplasia cannot be prevented in all cases. However, it can be partially prevented through measures such as HPV vaccination, practising safe sex, and undergoing regular Cervical screenings to detect and address any abnormalities at an early stage.

The frequency of Cervical screenings after a Cervical Dysplasia diagnosis depends on the severity of Dysplasia, previous treatment outcomes, and individual factors. It is best to follow the recommendations of your healthcare provider for personalised screening intervals.


While the HPV vaccine significantly reduces the risk of Cervical Dysplasia, it doesn't offer full protection against all high-risk HPV types. Thus, there remains a reduced but existing possibility of developing Cervical Dysplasia even after vaccination.

If left untreated, Cervical Dysplasia can potentially progress to Cervical cancer, but with appropriate monitoring, detection, and treatment, the risk can be significantly reduced or prevented altogether. Regular follow-up screenings and timely intervention are crucial for managing Cervical Dysplasia and minimising the likelihood of cancer development.

Yes, Cervical Dysplasia is treatable with high success rates. However, the treatment depends on the severity of Dysplasia, age and reproductive plans of the patient, health and medical history, presence of high-risk HPV, and patient preferences.