Escharotic Therapy


 

 

Escharotic Therapy at Brannick Clinic of Natural Medicine

 

Cervical escharotic treatment is a safe, non-surgical and less invasive treatment alternative to loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), cryotherapy, conization and laser ablation for women who have been diagnosed with cervical dysplasia—a pre-cancerous condition of the cervix. Cervical escharotic treatments have been used for patients with positive high-risk HPV status in addition to being diagnosed with CIN I, CIN II, or CIN III.

 

What Does It Involve?

The procedure uses an herbal solution applied directly to the cervix during a treatment session. Treatments are scheduled for 15 minutes. The purpose of the treatments is to gently remove abnormal cervical and HPV infected cells without harming the cervix.

 

On average, we recommend 10-12 treatment sessions, with the patient coming in once a week and avoiding the week of menses. After the 10- to 12-sessions or when the cervix appears normal, we wait six weeks and then have the patient repeat their pap with HPV testing to see if they are fully clear or if it will take a few more sessions to heal.

Escharotic Therapy at Brannick Clinic of Natural Medicine

Escharotic Therapy


Cervical escharotic treatment is a safe, non-surgical and less invasive treatment alternative to loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), cryotherapy, conization and laser ablation for women who have been diagnosed with cervical dysplasia—a pre-cancerous condition of the cervix. Cervical escharotic treatments have been used for patients with positive high-risk HPV status in addition to being diagnosed with CIN I, CIN II, or CIN III.

 

What Does It Involve?

The procedure uses an herbal solution applied directly to the cervix during a treatment session. Treatments are scheduled for 15 minutes. The purpose of the treatments is to gently remove abnormal cervical and HPV infected cells without harming the cervix.

 

On average, we recommend 10-12 treatment sessions, with the patient coming in once a week and avoiding the week of menses. After the 10- to 12-sessions or when the cervix appears normal, we wait six weeks and then have the patient repeat their pap with HPV testing to see if they are fully clear or if it will take a few more sessions to heal.