... I am a 33 year old women who just had LEEP surgery on August 21, 2003. The surgery went fine and I feel good. I have no cramps or bleeding at the moment. ... (8 replies)
... I had a LEEP in 1998 or 99. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for explaining befer. I am going to call my doc tomorrow again since I just saw some more blood while using the bathroom, only this time it wasn't brown. It's red but not bright red. I could never tell, it's not like your period where you feel the blood coming out (weird?) I had a leep surgery done last year so on top of regular visits, I have to go every two weeks for... (112 replies)
... it actually helped me get pregnant. I had been taking birth control for two years when I conceived. My cervix had precancerous cells growing on it though and the surgery helped clean everything out. I never had a period after having it done since I got pregnant within those next four weeks. ... (16 replies)
... I was asked if I planned on having any more children before the surgery was performed. I told them yes. Don't know why they asked me this, maybe it was just small talk... ... (8 replies)
... I had leep surgery done about a year ago and I am 4 weeks pregnant. ... (8 replies)
... I am now 7 weeks pregnant with my first baby. I had 3 biopsies done between Aug. 2005 to January 2006 ... and then, in February 2006, I had a combination LEEP and Laser surgery on my cervix .... I became pregnant only 2 months later. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you HappyMom. The technician who performed my u/s did not tell me anything (of course) but she said not to worry. I also found out I'm having a baby girl. She looked so perfect we were able to see every finger and toe it was great.
KimRick - I believe the majority of all precancerous cells are caused by the HPV Virus which is very common. The LEEP procedure is... (4 replies)
... I think your cervix should be ok if you had the surgery 6 years ago. I don't mean to be personal, but was the surgery because of HPV? ... (4 replies)
... Hey.. this is another paranoid question for me. My next doc's appt. isn't for a couple weeks, and I am driving myself crazy. I read in a reputable medical book that any cervical surgery such as D/C (only if the cervix is damaged), biopsy, LEEP, etc. can raise your risk of early dilation, late miscarriage and premature labor.
Here's the deal. I had an abnormal pap a couple... (2 replies)