Physical examination found cervical hyperplasia, the area is a little large, is this situation serious? Cervical cancer screening was done a year ago, and the results were normal, but there was no hyperplasia last year. I'm worried about whether this hyperplasia will have the risk of canceration
Cervical hyperplasia is not necessarily cervical cancer, so don't worry too much. If you don't feel at ease, it's best to do colposcopy and cervical multi-point puncture biopsy and send it to pathological test. In this way, you can further clarify what disease the cervix is.
Although female cervical hyperplasia has the possibility of canceration, the possibility of canceration is often not high. The vast majority of cervical hyperplasia may be caused by chronic inflammatory stimulation or columnar epithelial ectopia caused by female estrogen stimulation.
There is no problem with the results of cervical cancer screening a year ago, but there is a large area of cervical hyperplasia. It is best to further do some cervical cancer screening, mainly including human papillomavirus and cervical liquid-based thin-layer cytology. If necessary, biopsy can be done to clarify the relevant risks and take symptomatic treatment.