Leucorrhoea Still Comes Out After LLETZ Surgery?
, last March I underwent a Lletz operation, but the lab results after Lletz actually got mild dysplasia and this 3 months the menstrual schedule has become messy, I can get 2 menstrual periods. but why is it still not healed? I want to ask if the Lletz operation failed?
LLETZ or large loop exition of transformation zone is a procedure to remove part of the tissue in the cervix that has cell changes suspected of being precancerous cells. So it needs to be straightened out that this operation is not solely to get rid of vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea itself can be caused by bacterial, fungal, parasitic infection or due to inflammation of the cervix.
It could be that the discharge you experience is caused by inflammation of the cervix and after the doctor who treats you to carry out a series of examinations, it is suspected that you have changes in cells in the cervix so the LLETZ procedure is offered. The tissue that is removed / cut is then taken to the laboratory for examination. And from the results of your tissue examination, there are findings of mild dysplasia, which is a change in the shape of abnormal cell growth.
A side effect of the LLETZ procedure is bleeding that lasts for a few weeks so it is natural to complain of having two periods a month. Other side effects include feeling cramps in the lower abdomen, and the possibility of premature delivery.
All you need to do after doing the LLETZ procedure is to maintain the cleanliness of your feminine area, avoid sexual intercourse and swimming activities until the bleeding has stopped, change sanitary napkins frequently and control according to the scheduled date. In addition, because you are bleeding, the risk of anemia is quite high. So eat foods high in protein and iron such as red meat, eggs, milk and liver.
so, hope it is useful,