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Removal of Granulation Tissue? Removal of Granulation Tissue?

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Unread 04-08-2005, 12:30 PM
Removal of Granulation Tissue?

Hello's to All:

Been through you know what and back in the past nine months. I'm now six months post TVH for Endocervical Adenocarcinoma. At three month check up granulation tissue was found and treated with silver nitrate. At six months check up tissue was still there. Very painful and bleeding. Pap came back ok but I'm meeting my OBGYN on the 26th for a surgical consultation to remove the tissue.

I am anxious to hear what type of procedure to expect to have the tissue removed. It is painful and I almost jumped off the table last week during a transvaginal ultrasound to investigate an ovarian cyst (it had burst--woo hoo).

I'm also going to meet with my GYN oncologist the afternoon of the 26th about painful complications from the TVH (severe rectal "spasms"). My OBGYN wants me to see him and then move on to a GYN reconstructive surgeon to try to "fix" it.


Can give me the scoop on the granulation procedure? I want to go in feeling informed of my options.

Thanks, hugs and love to all.
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Unread 04-08-2005, 08:53 PM
Removal of Granulation Tissue?

Hi ((((Kathi)))) I'm sorry you've been having such a hard time since your hyst

I have only very limited experience with granulation: I a spot of granulation tissue cauterized during my post-op appointment and didn't even know I had it. However I know that, in addition to cauterization, Silver Nitrate treatments and minor surgeries can also be used for persistant granulations. From what I've seen, this is a surgery that can be performed right in the doctor's office, with local anesthesia.

Here's a link to a post where such a procedure is explained:

I do wish you the best of luck and, hopefully, before long, you'll really be on the road to FULL recovery.

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