Thanks for writing to DoctorSpring.com with your health concern.
For high grade cervical dysplasia, particularly one that is persistent, removal of the tissue is your best option.
I would now advice a cervical conization ( if fertility is not an issue ), and then birth control with regular surveillance and follow up.
While being on birth control, it is best to have surveillance, or opt for condoms.
Tubal ligation is another option , again assuming fertility is not as issue, followed by an endometrial ablation for the heavy periods.
All the best.
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Patient replied :
A few people have suggested considering a hysterectomy.
That is always a plausible option.
The safest too by far.
However, you are just 29, way too young for it.
Would put it as a last option.
If fertility is not an issue, conization is an excellent option.