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... I took off 2 days after my cone, so a total of 3 days. It wasn't necessary, but it was nice to rest. I told my work 2 days, but that I might need more. Things are different for different people. ... (45 replies)
... oing with the CKC to see how invasive it is and then possibly more later after those results come back. Hopefully this will be enough. He seemed confident that risks were not that bad, but there were some nevertheless. ... (45 replies)
... I dont see why you would need that for CIN1! A repeat LEEP or laser or even leep cone seems right... ... (6 replies)

... I'm a bit of a lurker around here, most certainly in the last week or so. ... (4 replies)
... r and bowel descend after the uterus is removed which can alter function. I have had bowel issues since my surgery along with minor bladder issues. The four sets of ligaments that are severed to remove the uterus are the support structures for the pelvis keeping the spine, hips, and rib cage in their proper alignment. ... (7 replies)
... With the LEEP, the doctor can take out a lot or a little depending on the size of the abnormality your doctor sees. It could be the size of a dime, or even up to about 3 centimeters. ... (3 replies)
What The Hey?!
May 8, 2008
... was never listed. It was always "Watching and Waiting", cryotherapy, cryosurgery, and LEEP. Is the LEEP procedure basically the same thing as a cone biopsy? ... (7 replies)
Results are back!
Aug 17, 2007
... CKC is a Cold Knife Cone biopsy. It is a cone biopsy of the cervical oz that is performed with a surgical tool by hand instead of a LEEP tool. ... (5 replies)
What The Hey?!
May 9, 2008
... Very informative replies Ladies, I know I can always learn a thing or two from you all. ... (7 replies)
... was it a PCP or an OBGyn? ... (80 replies)
... suggestive are near the canal liek someone above said. She said its much better to have one cone rather than multiple of the more minor procedures, once you go again and again it starts to pose more risks. ... (21 replies)
... Hi Rachel! I had a similar story. ... (3 replies)
Feb 9, 2010
... dysplasia. They removed some tissue from my cervix, which can potentially carry risks of the cervix not staying closed to term during pregnancy. ... (29 replies)
... CIN I. They did a biopsy on three spots. ... (36 replies)
... Hi Fluffy. I know how you feel. I am 32 and had my first biopsy 8 months ago, everything came back fine until my last one which was high grade. I go in for a LEEP next week. I have known several people who have had a LEEP and they have children but there is risk just as MichelleTX has noted. ... (10 replies)
Cold Cone Biopsy
Feb 8, 2006
... I think a really important thing to remember is that any procedure that removes tissue from your cervix can increase your odds of complications with pregnancy... HOWEVER, this does NOT mean you will absolutely have complications. ... (18 replies)
... had cin 3, had a cold knife cone, august 25th. I was first on the surgery you, anesthesia scared the heck out of me, just the horror of it you know....egads......however, they came to my cubicle, talked and visited with me, made me laugh, my dr. ... (10 replies)
... I had a LEEP a few months ago. it really isn't that bad. apparently while they had me in they had to do it twice because the first swipe didn't get it all. I also had CIN3. ... (3 replies)
May 17, 2005
... In my own case, my friend was there, watching the t.v. the whole time during the procedure, once he described "it" to me, it was obvious, it wasn't a "slice" it was a cone. To my knowledge the use of leep for "cone biopsy" is the "new" thing, the better way of going about it. ... (19 replies)
... I went to my doctor two days ago. She precribed blood tests, x rays and all those kinds of pre surgical controls. I also went to my cardiologist cause I have a congenital heart disease. It is called moderate aortic valve. I have check ups every year due to this. ... (0 replies)

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