What is the policy/procedure for commencing IUI treatment with a mild dyskaryosis smear result? My subsequent colposcopy showed a small area of moderate dyskaryosis. The gynaecologist recommended no treatment of this until I had my family. Would I still be able to start treatment at your clinic with these results?
Our Expert's Answer
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In my opinion, moderate dyskaryosis does require treatment and I would not accept you for any assisted conception without the matter being resolved. The reason for this is that if you don’t have treatment there is a risk that the condition could worsen during pregnancy.