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In treating cervical dysplasia, leep, cryotherapy, or cone biopsy may be administered in addition to natural remedies. A common treatment for dysplastic cells on the cervix is the loop electrosurgical excision procedure. This treatment is usually done after a colposcopy, which confirms that abnormal cervical lesions are for sure present. It may also be used to make sure no cancer cells are present on the cervix. In treating cervical dysplasia, leep, cryotherapy, or cone biopsy may be administered in addition to natural remedies.

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Dysplasia Leep

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Cryotherapy, Cone Biopsy

This procedure only takes about 20-30 minutes for your doctor to perform, and is done right in the doctor’s office. You can prepare for the surgery by emptying your bladder right before and can take over-the-counter pain relievers, like Ibuprofen about 30 minutes before the surgery. In treating cervical dysplasia, leep, cryotherapy, or cone biopsy may be administered in addition to natural remedies.

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

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