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Surgery for cervical cancer should be carried out in a specialist cancer centre by a gynaecological oncologist or a gynaecologist with a special interest in cancer.
You may have surgery to treat early-stage cervical cancer. There are three types of surgery that may be used.
You will have some tests to prepare you for surgery. You will be able to discuss your operation with a nurse or doctor.
You’ll be monitored very closely after your operation. You will be very tired so it’s important to rest and look after yourself.
After surgery you have an appointment with your surgeon to check on your recovery and discuss the results of your operation.
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