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COVID-19. 

 

Sandyford is delivering services differently during the COVID -19 pandemic, to protect the public and staff, including appointment only services.

Please view our full COVID-19 statement and COVID- 19 service information page which is updated regularly. You must not attend for an appointment if you have signs of COVID or have been in contact with someone in the last 14 days who has.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cervical Biopsy

Cervical Biopsy

    What is Cervical Biopsy?

    You have had a small sample of tissue (a biopsy) taken from your cervix today. A biopsy is about the size of a pinhead. This will be sent to the lab for further tests. The result of the biopsy will show how abnormal the area is and if further treatment is needed

    Follow Up

    Once your result is available you will receive a letter about it. If you require further treatment you will receive an appointment within 6-8 weeks.

    What to Expect After Your Biopsy

    Pain

    You may experience slight abdominal cramps for a couple of days. Take simple

    pain-killers like ibuprofen or paracetamol if required.

    Discharge and Bleeding

    You may experience a dark-coloured discharge or slight bleeding for a couple of days until the biopsy site has healed.

    If bleeding is excessive, for example soaking through sanitary towels, contact NHS 24 / or your local A&E.

    A foul-smelling discharge is not normal. Please contact the Colposcopy Clinic or

    your GP for advice.

     

    Contacts and Information

    Colposcopy

    Appointments: 0141 211 8146 (9-4pm)

    Nurse Helpline: call 0141 211 8130 and ask to speak to a nurse (9am-4.30pm)

    NHS 24: 111

    The Jo’s Trust Helpline: 0808 802 800

    www.jostrust.org.uk

     

    www.patient.co.uk

     

    www.bsccp.org