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... I just got back the report on the Pap smear taken on your vist september 26th, which does show atypical cells and the presence of the Human Papilloma Virus, which has been reported as High to Intermediate Risk. ... (4 replies)
Advice Please
Mar 31, 2006
... LEEPS don't effect your fertility, it just effects your ability to carry the baby. One of the risks of having surgeries on your cervix is having a premature delivery or an incompetent cervix. The LEEP is the most ideal. I am nervous that i've already had 2. ... (21 replies)
Pregnancy and LEEP
May 10, 2005
... I had a LEEP done back in December of 2004. I had to go back for my four month check up and they did a pap smear. ... (9 replies)

... I haven't been able to schedule my LEEP yet because of scheduling issues. And am afraid that they will make me wait another couple of months for the procedure and by then, I will have cancer!! ... (20 replies)
... a LEEP or that they can cure it on their own. I think we really have to consider what our advise to might lead people to do, or NOT do, and what the consquences of that might be. ... (34 replies)
... of women who get LEEPs experience any complications. ... (3 replies)
... I've been reading so many different boards and websites about HPV, colpos, LEEPs and the like. There are so many different opinions, theories and recommendations. ... (3 replies)
... Gyn rotation for PA school. He was surprised that the doc mentioned I needed a LEEP, as he said he'd only witnessed LEEPS being performed on women who had very large lesions on the cervix and with severe dysplasia. ... (34 replies)
... I had two leeps and a cone before having our third child. ... (28 replies)
... as I'd get the best advice possible. Basically the fact that so many women experience this and so often it can clear up is truly reassuring, as is the fact that LEEPs and other procedures normally have little risks involved. ... (36 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)
... risk strain of HPV. ... (20 replies)
... Have you obtained a copy of your medical records? ... (2 replies)
... One doctor said I needed a LEEP ASAP and another doctor told me I could wait a few month to see if things clear up. Considering that this is a very delicate area of our bodies and holds GREAT importance in reproduction, well, I'm not going to hastily jump into a LEEP. ... (3 replies)
May 17, 2005
... 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)

Associated Tags: cervical cancer, cin3, colposcopy, hysterectomy, leep

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