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In cases of cervical dysplasia, cervix removal isnít necessary, instead a LEEP procedure and check for vaginal dysplasia are. Cervical tissue has always been removed when a hysterectomy was performed. Lately the importance of this organ and leaving it in, if healthy, has come to light. The thick connective cervical tissue, lined by glands is attached to many ligaments in the pelvis and is important to the support system. In cases of cervical dysplasia, cervix removal isnít necessary, instead a LEEP procedure and check for vaginal dysplasia are.

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Cervix Removal

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LEEP Procedure, Vaginal Dysplasia

The cervical organ also has a role in sexual function. The surgery necessary to remove the cervical tissue is responsible for post-operative back pain that women with their cervix left in do not complain of. An advantage of having the cervical tissue removed is the decreased risk of cervical cancer. In cases of cervical dysplasia, cervix removal isnít necessary, instead a LEEP procedure and check for vaginal dysplasia are.

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

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