Did your Pap test come back abnormal? It is important to follow up, and to check yourself!
A colposcopy is a test for us to get a close-up look at your cervix. It’s a safe and quick procedure that can spot cell changes in the cervix that can indicate cancer.
What is a colposcopy?
A colposcopy is a painless exam that uses a microscope-like device to check for any possible cancerous cells. During the colposcopy, if necessary, a biopsy will be taken from the cervix.
The test is painless, quick, and can be performed immediately.
what is the meaning of
Improper Pap test?
A Pap smear is a way for us to examine the cervical cells under a microscope, using a brush. The following can lead to “abnormal” Pap smear results.
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in Visiting us?
We will be happy to answer all of your questions! You are welcome to ask as many questions as you need before having any of these exams! Our patients understanding the necessity of these exams will help in your comfort and the examining physicians as well!
We will examine the cervix using a microscope. This preliminary examination can help us diagnose certain changes in the cervix.
A biopsy can be slightly uncomfortable, and is performed without localized anesthetics, however it will allow for an accurate and efficient diagnosis of any possible cervical changes.
At the end of your exam, you will receive information about the doctor's examination of the condition of the cervix. If a biopsy has been taken, it will be sent to a lab, and the results will be given after the sample has been observed. The doctor will then be able to give an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Dr. Guy Gutman
Senior physician at the Clalit Health Fund’s women’s health center in Hod Hasharon. Specialist in gynecology and cervical medicine, senior physician and specialist in fertility, obstetrics and gynecology.
Main areas of expertise:
General gynecology, diagnosis and clear fertility defects in women and men, ovulation follow-up, fertility treatments, insemination and in vitro fertilization, pregnancy follow-up, contraceptive adjustment and termination of pregnancy.
Dr. Gutman graduated from the Medical School at Ben-Gurion University in Be’er Sheva, after his release from military service in the Golani Brigade.
He acquired his specialization in gynecology and obstetrics at the Liss Maternity Hospital, in the Tel Aviv Medical Center. Member of the Israeli Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology, member of the Israeli Fertility Research Association.
Our clinic is a private and pleasant clinic located at 24 Habarzel Street in Tel Aviv. Our professionalism and service is a top value, so you can feel confident that you have come to the right place.