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Ann | 20:37 Tue 10th Jan 2012 | Health & Fitness
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Thanks for reply sqad - really don't know whether to go to docs or not, its very intermittent, started again today, but I am just panicked as I'm usually the other way, so dry. If it is a cerival erosion will it need treatment? I haven't spelt it all out as a question as its embarrassing women's probs and others won't be interested, but it means a lot to me that you give advice like this on here. Thanks very much. Trying to keep :)

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By the way I'm 64.
Depends.........if it is not causing you any distress, then no treatment is required,however if it does become offensive or uncomfortable then it is easy to treat with electrocautery as an outpatient without anaesthesia.

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