Radio wave therapy in gynecology (conization, coagulation, excision)

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Radio wave therapy in gynecology is used to treat:

  • erosion of the cervix;

  • dysplasia of the cervix;

  • various erosive lesions with inflammatory processes;

  • pseudo-erosion;

  • cervical hypertrophy;

  • cicatricial deformity.

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Radio wave therapy in gynecology (conization, coagulation, excision)

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Medical center at Saksahanskoho Str.
  • Address:

    39A, Saksahanskoho Str.,
    Kyiv, Ukraine

  • Phone:

    +38 (044) 501 02 03

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    Mo-Sa: 8:00-20:00
    Su: 9:00-14:00


About units

Radio wave therapy has proven itself to be an effective and minimally invasive method of treating many diseases. The method is used in proctology to treat hemorrhoids, dermatology – to remove skin neoplasms, otolaryngology – to treat snoring, to remove removal polyps in the nasopharynx). The radio wave method of treatment has also can be used in gynecology.


Indications to use

Radio wave therapy is that the tissues are affected by radiofrequency waves, under the influence of which the excision of the damaged tissue occurs, as well as coagulation of the vessels simultaneously.

In the Healthy&Happy medical centers, radio wave therapy in gynecology is used to treat:

  • erosion of the cervix;
  • dysplasia of the cervix;
  • various erosive lesions with inflammatory processes;
  • pseudo-erosion;
  • cervical hypertrophy;
  • cicatricial deformity;
  • endometriosis.

A gynecologist can prescribe radio wave therapy after an examination if indicated.

Using the radio wave technique in the Healthy&Happy medical centers, they are provided by:

  • coagulation (cauterization);
  • conization (cervix truncation);
  • excision (ectomy, complete removal of a specific area of ​​the organ).

Preparing for the procedure

Before conducting radio wave treatment, the doctor examines the patient, which includes:

  • colposcopy;
  • ultrasound test of the pelvic organs;
  • taking a smear for cytology and infectious diseases (including PAP test, sexually transmitted diseases).

Treatment is performed in 4-7 days after the end of menstrual bleeding.

Radio wave therapy is not performed if the patient has a pacemaker and in the presence of acute inflammatory processes in the pelvic organs or exacerbation of any chronic disease. The procedure should be rescheduled at the time of an acute respiratory infection accompanied by a high body temperature.

How is the procedure

The procedure is carried out using a special apparatus that generates high-frequency radio waves. As a rule, the wavelength can be adjusted on modern devices, thus choosing the optimal degree and depth of the effect on the tissues.

The procedure is performed in a gynecological chair after preliminary local anesthesia. In some cases (at the request of the patient), the procedure is performed under general anesthesia. In this case, before the procedure, it is necessary to undergo a check of the general condition of the body, pass a general analysis of urine and blood, and get advice from an anesthesiologist.

Features and advantages of the method:

  • high efficiency (with the help of a radio wave it is possible to selectively and very accurately act on damaged tissues without affecting healthy ones);
  • minimally invasive (this is a non-contact and bloodless method of surgical treatment);
  • low risk of complications (exposure to radio waves disinfects surrounding tissues, reducing the risk of infection);
  • painlessness (treatment is under local anesthesia with a minimum of discomfort);
  • short duration of treatment (the procedure takes up to 20 minutes);
  • fast recovery (exposure to the radio wave method does not leave scars and wounds on the tissues).

Recovery period

Due to the low trauma risks during radio wave therapy, recovery occurs quickly: within 4-7 days, the crusts at the sites of exposure leave, complete recovery occurs in 4-8 weeks.

During the recovery period, it is recommended to keep up some restrictions:

  • do not take a hot bath, do not visit saunas and baths;
  • exclude heavy physical activity;
  • do not sunbathe or visit beaches, do not swim in open water;
  • carefully observe the rules of personal hygiene;
  • exclude sexual intercourse for 2 months.

If all recommendations are followed, the recovery period passes without complications and health risks.


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