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... but as for LEEPs, the fertility risks are very, very low. If fertility were greatly affected by LEEPs, you'd be sure that the gynos would NOT be performing them as often, especially on younger women who haven't had babies yet. ... (3 replies)
... Typically for mild dysplasia, no treatment is done because usually the body fights off the infection. With moderate to severe dysplasia, usually a LEEP or laser is done to remove the bad cells. ... (11 replies)
... risk for turning into cancer, and my LEEP was scheduled for October. I honestly don't know if a LEEP always has to be done for HGSIL, but my doctor seemed pretty steadfast that I needed one. ... (5 replies)

... reatment", a LEEP. I've been reading about that, and not especially worried about that, although the colposcopy and biopsy was painful and I am worried that the LEEP will hurt. I'm now worried about the affect it will have on me getting pregnant and having a safe full term pregnancy. ... (5 replies)
... I know the subject of the LEEP and pregnancy has been mentioned here before, but I wanted to know how the LEEP experience was for some women here. ... (3 replies)
... Even if your cervix is severely compromised by LEEP or other surgery, there are still options if you want to have children. ... (5 replies)
... I had my LEEP done in a hospital back in February. I was put under anesthesia, but not the kind where they put a tube deepen your throat. ... (2 replies)
... I hope you've had you appointment and that this has been clarified, but a LEEP is a type of cone biopsy. They can also do a cone biposy using a knife that called a cold knife cone, and even use a laser. ... (3 replies)
... 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)
... I'm sorry to hear that you need the LEEP now. ... (25 replies)
... A LEEP procedure does not compromise fertility and the cervix fills in the missing tissue over time. MANY repeat LEEP procedures may, however, compromise the cervix. ... (2 replies)
... The studies I have seen on pregnancy after LEEP seem to suggest that the answer is not yet quite clear, but usually a wait of at least three months is recommended. ... (2 replies)
... sue, are more likely to lead to a weakened cervix. If you're considering future pregnancies, it should be something to discuss with your doctor before doing the LEEP procedure. ... (5 replies)
... I just want to thank all the women who post on this board. I was diagnosed with ASCUS last May, CIN2 in November and two weeks ago they found AIS after my first LEEP procedure. I am 29 and have no children yet. I was terrified I would have to undergo a hysterectomy and forgo having any children. ... (2 replies)
... Though I don't think it'll come down to fertility vs. resolving this issue. You MUST get this issue corrected. Period. ... (10 replies)
... I had my leep done a couple weeks ago. It wasn't bad at all! So to anyone that has to have one done in the future... DON'T WORRY! I also got some reassurance from my Dr. ... (7 replies)
LEEP Conization?
Mar 3, 2004
... read this re: LEEP - It should answer some of your questions about Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure. (7 replies)
... I am a 28 year old who was diagnosed with severe dysplasia CIN III back in 98. I had a leep done and was told that I may have problems conceiving or carrying later in life. ... (3 replies)
... the LEEP. Like many women on this board will tell you, it's not much different from a pap smear and just as fast. The only thing that is important for conserving fertility is how aggressive or conservative the doctor is in taking out the abnormal part of your cervix. ... (16 replies)
... I realize that the LEEP doesn't have an effect on fertility and if need be they can sew the cervix. I also realize that the more time your cervix has to heal post LEEP the less chance of a miscarriage. I asked my dr. ... (5 replies)

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