Dr Glenda McLaren
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Colposcopy

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Colposcopy Services for Personalised Women's Health

At Bloom Women’s Health, we understand the importance of specialised care for women’s health concerns. Our dedicated gynaecology services include colposcopy procedures tailored to your unique needs.

What is a Colposcopy Procedure?

Colposcopy is a detailed, diagnostic procedure that involves closely examining the cervix, vagina, and vulva for microscopic abnormalities. It is often recommended after an abnormal Cervical Screening Test (sometimes called a Pap smear) result. It is also recommended to women who suffer a history of post coital bleeding.

During a colposcopy, a magnifying instrument called a colposcope is used to provide a detailed view, allowing our gynaecologists to identify any issues that may require further attention or investigation.

The procedure is quick, typically takes 5-10 minutes, and is performed within the Bloom Women’s Health Private Rooms or Public Outpatient Clinics. Many patients feel comfortable to go back to work after the colposcopy.

Colposcopy With Biopsy

In some cases, a colposcopy and biopsy may be recommended together to gather more information about the detected abnormalities. A cervical biopsy is a simple procedure to remove a sample of tissue from the cervix to test for abnormal or precancerous cells. The tissue sample is sent to a laboratory.

Rest assured, our team will guide you through the process, explaining each step and addressing any concerns you may have.

Schedule Your Colposcopy

Ready to take charge of your gynaecological health? Schedule your colposcopy with Bloom Women’s Health today. Our experienced team is committed to guiding you through a seamless and comfortable experience. Your well-being is at the heart of everything we do.

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