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... ng possible to make sure that was still an option. So I went ahead with another LEEP. I retested with a pap a few months later and the results were not good. She recommended that I saw a gynecologist oncologist for further treatment. ... (3 replies)
... LEEP uses an electrified wire while the CKC uses a scapel. Because of that, the LEEP is usually preferred as it's faster, has less bleeding, only requires local anesthesia etc. The CKC is used when the doctor needs to take more of the cervix, or where the doctor really wants to be sure to get "clear margins. ... (1 replies)
... procedure so that the margins can be better assessed. It's very similar to a LEEP procedure, except that it is done under general anesthesia and a scalpel is used instead of the instrument used during the LEEP, which burns the tissue edges, which can be a problem if the margins are close. ... (13 replies)

... cancer, agreed and started the process for scheduling the surgery. I was informed that it would take 6 weeks before the surgery could be done due to an anesthesia consult, processing, insurance checks, etc. ... (2 replies)
... gyn recommended a cone biopsy. I thought he was overreacting and almost declined. ... (2 replies)
Leep Procedure
Nov 7, 2007
... Im not thrilled at all. I had my first one done in 05 and i went under anesthesia. It was recommended because i was not able to handle the biopsy very well. This time i am going to do it in patient with the local anesthetic. I hope I do not feel anything. ... (35 replies)
Need Advice
Oct 10, 2006
... Personally, I would wait and repeat the PAP...you have mild dyspasia and your doctor is not lying...at that stage, it can resolve itself. But, that is just me. You did say these results were given to you after the colpo correct?? So, you have had biopsies and that is what the findings were? I am doing the wait and see after having the cone biopsy and now still having... (3 replies)
... er general anesthesia,although some women choose to have a spinal.Since a larger section of tissue is removed for this,you will also have some suture's.It's also recommended that you take it easy for the first four to five day's,and no heavy lifting for four week's after. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Bonnie :wave: Basically, there are two ways of sampling the endometrium: D&C (which not only samples but also treats) and endometrial sampling (which is inserting a small probe into the uterus and removing a piece of the endometrium). Given that you have a stenotic os (fancy medical term meaning 'sealed cervix'), either of these may prove painful to you without some... (7 replies)
... OBVIOUSLY YOUR PARTNER HAS IT..SO ARE CHANCES GREATER OF COMING BACK IF YOU DONT USE CONDOMS. MY DOCTOR SAYS SHE RECOMMENDED IT..BUT I WAS JUST WONDERING.... ... (118 replies)




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