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Cervical Stenosis

Cervical stenosis is more common after a LEEP procedure than after cryotherapy. A risk associated with surgeries done on the cervix is narrowing or total closing of the canal of the cervix. It can happen with any surgery performed on the cervix and is caused by improper healing of the tissues after a procedure. Cervical stenosis is more common after a LEEP procedure than after cryotherapy.

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Cervical Stenosis

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LEEP Procedure, Cryotherapy

This problem occurs more often in women over the age of 40, but can still take place in younger women. It results in infertility and if it blocks menstrual flow there is increased cramping during menstruation. Though a serious problem, it is not a common risk. Cervical stenosis is more common after a LEEP procedure than after cryotherapy.

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

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