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... LEEP procedures are merely removing the symptom of HPV, which is the cervical dysplasia. So when my doctor suggested I get a LEEP done, my biggest fear was having to have more than just one. As a last resort, of course get it done if you are nearing cancerous stages. ... (1 replies)
... You don't know if your partner was the one who gave it to you unless he was your first... You cannot re-infect your self with the same strain like herpes so don't worry about passing it back and forth. But, if you meet someone new, you are at risk for catching the low strains (warts). (36 replies)
... and my Dr. said that having children down the road should not be a problem. It only becomes a problem if you have to have multiple LEEP procedures and more and more of the cervix is removed. But even people who have had multiple LEEP procedures have kids, the Drs. ... (36 replies)

... i guess ill have to talk to my doc about that one. i have systemic lupus and i have a feeling that i may be seeking out some naturopathic remedies if the leep procedure is recommended a second time. ... (36 replies)
... Hello, To your question if dyslasia comes back, I am 33 years old and today I Go have the leep procedure done after 14 years. I had the same thing when i was 18 years old. ... (36 replies)
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Nov 17, 2003
... I got the results of my LEEP today. I had it last Wednesday, so when my doctor called today, I got pretty freaked. ... (3 replies)
... they took 2 biopsies, which confirmed the dysplasia, then last week I had a LEEP procedure, and they took 2 pieces out of my cervix. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, I'm sorry you're having issues with trusting your doctor. From what I understand, he performed a LEEP and didn't get all of the dysplasia because he used a too small loop. ... (8 replies)
... that the PAP was over diagnosed and the LEEP cleared the problem. ... (27 replies)
... mild case of dysplasia. Most people with mild dysplasia usually try to wait to see if it would clear itself up and if it doesn't, normally they do the freezing procedure before the LEEP. I would probably get a second opinion, your doctor does sound a little agressive. You should ask him why he recommended that so quickly. ... (4 replies)
... appt for the leep procedure. I am very nervous awaiting the results, and scared it could have progressed in the time I have already waited! ... (4 replies)
... What if my condition progresses in the meantime and I end up regretting not having an invasive procedure right away? ... (1 replies)
... I was hesitant of such an invasive procedure and I declined. ... (22 replies)
... kind. My warts occured once..and reoccured again..but since haven't come back. Yesterday, I just had my conization procedure done..and I was relieved until I was informed by my sister that it was only diagnostic. As far as I knew, I always thought it was a treatment... ... (36 replies)
... thanks for the response! i really appreciate it. and good luck to you! ;) (36 replies)
... and she said it was probably just the healing process. But yours could be totally different as I had a LEEP done, not your procedure. ... (36 replies)
... Thanks for responding to my questions. Although I hear that even if one has HPV and it's a CIN 1 it can go away on it's own. That's why doctors want to do the "Wait and see" procedure. I will talk to my doctor about the second hand smoke situation. My doctor didn't tell me ANYTHING about what to avoid while having this condition. I don't know what strain I even have but... (36 replies)
... That is what my doctor has told me as well. Having LEEP (the loop one) once should not have an effect on your fertility, but repeated procedures can wear out the cervix and make it weak. I am less familiar with cone since i myself had the LEEP, but since cone is more invasive than LEEP, i think indeed that its a bit more destructive to the cervix. But from what ive read, it is... (36 replies)
... severe and i had it removed with LEEP and it was successful. You are not doomed so long as you always follow it closely so that you dont let it progress to something further. ... (36 replies)
... LEEP, but I'm concerned to have that done because I don't have children yet, and I have heard that this procedure can cause fertility problems later. ... (36 replies)

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