Cervical cryotherapy (also called “cryosurgery” or “cryoablation”) is a procedure that removes abnormal cells from the cervix. It’s most often done in the doctor’s office, and only takes a few minutes. During cryotherapy, tissue that includes the abnormal cells is frozen. This tissue is destroyed.
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