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Pregnancy After Leep

Having a successful pregnancy after leep procedure is common and HPV, along with cervical cancer will have been avoided. After this procedure, a woman who plans to conceive should consult her doctor and discuss all the possible risks with him. Serious risks connected with the procedure are not frequent. The damage on the cervix after the procedure is associated with cryotherapy, or laser therapy. Having a successful pregnancy after leep procedure is common and HPV, along with cervical cancer will have been avoided.

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Pregnancy After Leep

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HPV, Cervical Cancer

After the procedure, there are certain things a woman should avoid for some time. For instance, for the period of three to six weeks there should be no intercourse and no use of tampons. Also, heavy exercise should be avoided for about three days. Having a successful pregnancy after leep procedure is common and HPV, along with cervical cancer will have been avoided.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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