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Bleeding Leep

Slight bleeding leep is common after the operation; cryosurgery, and other methods for removing ASCUS and other abnormalities may cause bleeding. There may be complications, which might include hemorrhage, severe cramping, and incomplete removal of abnormal tissue, infection, and narrowing of the cervix. The operation runs successfully in most cases. Slight bleeding leep is common after the operation; cryosurgery, and other methods for removing ASCUS and other abnormalities may cause bleeding.

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Bleeding Leep

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Cryosurgery, ASCUS

During the procedure, a mild vinegar or iodine solution is applied to the cervix to mark dysplasia. The procedure removes abnormal tissue from the cervix. The doctor usually recommends this procedure if the Pap tests of the patient happened to reveal abnormal cells on the cervix. Slight bleeding leep is common after the operation; cryosurgery, and other methods for removing ASCUS and other abnormalities may cause bleeding.

Other Topics: HPV and Pregnancy, HPV Virus, HPV Vaccine, Condition HPV More Treatment, Colposcopy HPV, Human Papillomavirus Infection, Human Papillomavirus, Biopsy Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart Picture

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

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