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Leap Therapy

Leap therapy, or LEEP procedure, can weaken the cervix and put the patient in danger of miscarriage, the leep procedure should also never be performed while the patient is pregnant. Loop electrosurgical excision procedure is a good method for removing genital warts and abnormal tissues from the cervix. It is performed to treat moderate cervical dysplasia and various precancerous conditions with a help of a thin wire loop carrying electrical current. Leap therapy, or LEEP procedure, can weaken the cervix and put the patient in danger of miscarriage, the leep procedure should also never be performed while the patient is pregnant.

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Leap Therapy

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Miscarriage, LEEP Procedure

The procedure is rather simple and practically painless and takes about 10 to 30 minutes. Side effects are rare. It allows the removed tissue to be examined by a pathologist to ensure that the lesion was completely removed and provide an accurate assessment. Leap therapy, or LEEP procedure, can weaken the cervix and put the patient in danger of miscarriage, the leep procedure should also never be performed while the patient is pregnant.

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

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