Diagnostic & Operative Colposcopy

At Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispecialty Hospital, we strive to serve you better with top-notch diagnostic and operative procedures. Colposcopy help in the examination of uterus, cervix, and vagina magnification. It is a safe procedure without any side effects.


Benefits of Colposcopy:

  • The diagnostic procedure is helpful to examine female reproductive organs and related diseases.

  • It is advanced procedure when Pap test or pelvic examination results show abnormalities.

  • It is helpful for early detection of precancerous changes in cervix, vagina, and vulva.

  • Colposcopy is used for diagnosing genital warts, polyps, and inflammation in the cervix.

Why choose us?

  • Cutting edge technology: Our gynaecologists are well versed with cutting edge technology and conductdiagnostic and therapeutic procedures with high quality care.

  • Experienced staff: Our gynaecologist has the right experience to carry out complicated procedure to provide best treatment for women.

  • State of the art infrastructure: Our centre has state of theart infrastructure to provide gamut services under one roof.

  • Lower risk of infection: Strict asepsis and high preventive measures aids in lower chances of infection post operatively.


  • Avoid planning your colposcopy when you are having your menstrual period.

  • Do not put anything inside vagina such as douching, tampon, or medication.

  • If you are pregnant, tell your gynaecologist, because in pregnancy biopsy can cause extra bleeding.

  • Refrain from intercourse two days before the procedure.

Step by step approach: At Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispecialty Hospital, colposcopy is one of the advanced diagnostic procedures used to find abnormal cells in the cervix, vagina, or vulva.

A colposcope is a magnifying device with light in front. It is placed at the opening of vagina which magnifies the problem area.

A gynaecologist can see the abnormalities in the cells or precancerous changes through this procedure.

Doctor may collect biopsy sample for further investigation, called as cervical biopsy.

Colposcopies detect precancerous cells, and it is easy to prevent cancer by removing them and avoid risk of developing cervical, vaginal or vulvar cancer.

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