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... He told me he is conservative with the LEEP procedures in order to protect my cervix for the future. Apparently it went well, with clear margins and the bioped cells were beneign. ... (6 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 is all that is needed for the vast majority of women. Some women require a second LEEP, but it is extremely rare for this to become a recurring problem. ... (33 replies)

... I am new to this message board and have been browsing and finding valuable info and support. I am in a world of anxiety and fear after learning that a LEEP I had done 5 years ago to treat severe dysplasia may cause complications in pregnancy? ... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone! I am curious how many of you with cervical cancer had a previous issue and had the LEEP procedure done? ... (0 replies)
2nd LEEP needed?
Apr 24, 2014
... and I had a LEEP done the beginning of September 2013. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I got the results from my LEEP biopsy last week. ... (6 replies)
... er you any information but i just wanted to let you know you're in my thoughts and i hope your doctor can ease your pain and offer you a better alternative as to LEEP after LEEP. is there a reason why you had recurring dysplasia? ... (2 replies)
... That is what I am concerned about is the six month waiting period. I mean in my mind I am thinking, I had it six months ago and they did a leep procudure to get it all out, at my three month pap after that it was gone and now three moths after that its back. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Jill! So sorry you are going through this! Sucks, don't it? While hysterectomy might be viewed as unnecessary and overly-aggressive to some, it is still a pretty valid treatment and successful option for individuals who have recurring/persistent dysplasia. For your doc to recommend hysterectomy, maybe he feels you are at higher-than-normal risk for progression,... (10 replies)
My leep experience
Jan 29, 2004
... I have my leep scheduled for 25 of February (recurring CIN1) and the nearer it gets the more worried I get. Im really trying not to think about it but when I read about the electric loop, injection and burning smell I cringe. Im really really terrified. I have read everyones experiences and they seem to be quite positive, but I can't shake this feeling. My partner is... (4 replies)
... Hello Jill! First off, let me say that I'm sorry to hear of what you're going through and of your unclear margins. I know how stressful all of this dysplasia stuff can be, but know you've come to a great forum with all of us women experiencing similar health concerns. Secondly, while I'm not going through the same situation as you, I do believe it'd be in your best... (10 replies)
... HPV contraction. HPV causes dysplasia so I imagine as long as we have HPV we will have recurring bouts of dysplasia, be it in one year or 10 years. I will continue to see my doc regularly to avoid cervical cancer, it's the best I can do! ... (11 replies)
LGSIL...what now?
Jul 18, 2007
... wait plan with a repeat pap smear and biopsy in 4 months to see the status of my dysplasia. I decided not to let the doctors scare me into a LEEP right now because my best friend's mother, a gynecologist, said that I could wait til October to do a repeat pap and colpo, if necessary. ... (4 replies)
Appointment #1
Mar 3, 2009
... A CKC increases that chance more, but I can't for the life of me remember how much more!!! He also said that the chances of this recurring during pregnancy are no greater or less than someone's chances if they weren't pregnant. ... (8 replies)
... regress. Personally I will not mess around with that very delicate area of my body unless the dysplasia progresses. But everyone is different and may follow the LEEP route or the naturopathic route. ... (19 replies)
... But in either case, you will be FINE. The LEEP has a great track record at keeping the dysplasia from recurring and in treating the affected area. ... (8 replies)
... I had a LEEP . . . I was surprised at how it was absolutely not a big deal. ... (20 replies)
Good news story
Jan 9, 2008
... or recurring dysplasia are consistently having normal pap results...and the only thing he is doing differently is administering the vaccine! ... (16 replies)
... I hear of people having cryo and it recurring a lot. ... (19 replies)


Associated Tags: abnormal cells, cervical cancer, cin iii, dysplasia, hpv, leep

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