1 In 6 Women With Large Tissue Removal During Colposcopy Have A Pemature Birth

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One in six women who have large tissue removal during colposcopy will have a premature birth
One in six women who have large tissue removal during colposcopy will have a premature birth
Women who undergo a colposcopy but only have a small amount of tissue removed (less than 10mm depth) are not at increased risk of having a premature birth.   The research, published in the BMJ, looked at women who gave birth following a colposcopy. 768 premature births and 830 full-term births were analysed, with scientists looking at the depth of tissue removed during treatment, before they gave birth.
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