In the event of an irregular result from a pap smear, a colposcopy will be recommended by our doctor. During this procedure, your uterine cervix and the area around your vulva will be magnified and illuminated, to examine for abnormal appearing tissue. A biopsy sample of any suspicious areas will be taken and examined for any advanced warning signs of cervical cancer known as precancerous lesions.
This procedure is quick and simple, taking under 20 minutes at our clinic and without the use of anaesthetic.
Your biopsy results will be analysed by a pathologist and the results returned to our doctor. In the event of an abnormal result, our doctor will discuss with you to develop a regimen and advise you accordingly how best to manage your health moving forward. Routine screening is always important.
Dr Motoko Yeo has been practicing medicine in Singapore since 1990, and has maintained her own clinic since 2000. With decades of experience as an obstetrician and a gynaecologist, she has helped to deliver many children and has helped women receive the treatment they need for uterine fibroids and a range of other conditions at Motoko Clinic.
To make an appointment or to learn more about how we can help you, get in touch with us today. Call (65) 6838 5366 to speak to our staff or send a message via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or through our enquiry form.