The surgery is most often performed under anaesthesia. During the operation, you are in the usual pose for gynaecological examinations, our surgeon has access to the cervix through the vagina, so it takes place without abdominal cuts.
A few centimetres of a cone-shaped portion of the cervical tissue is excised, which is done by cold cutting, i.e. with a scalpel or an electric knife. The latter does not require stiches, the recovery time will also be shorter. During scalpel surgery, haemostasis is provided by sutures that are absorbed during surgery.