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Cervix Leep

A cervix leep procedure is often used to treat cervical dysplasia, cervical cancer and other disorders caused by HPV. A common treatment for dysplasia is called a loop electrosurgical excision procedure. Dysplasia is a symptom of certain strains of the Human Papillomavirus, HPV, that is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact during intercourse. Millions of women a year have abnormal Pap smears due to cervical dysplasia. A cervix leep procedure is often used to treat cervical dysplasia, cervical cancer and other disorders caused by HPV. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!























































Cervix Leep

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Cervical Cancer, HPV

Most women find the procedure to be painless, with some experience a slight increase in body temperature. It takes about 3-4 weeks for the cervical area to heal. This procedure consists of removing the abnormal cells by cutting away the tissue containing the dysplasia with an electric wire loop. A cervix leep procedure is often used to treat cervical dysplasia, cervical cancer and other disorders caused by HPV.

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Usually strenuous activities and sex after leep procedure are discouraged for complete and quick recovery when a condyloma or vaginal wart is removed from the cervix.
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