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Leep And Cervix

The procedure called a leep and cervix conditions, such as cervical cancer are often performed with a colposcopy. This procedure is a successful way to test and treat abnormal cell growth on the surface tissue of the neck. This operation is quite safe and simple. It is prescribed if abnormal changes in the cervix are confirmed by Pap tests and colposcopy. The procedure called a leep and cervix conditions, such as cervical cancer are often performed with a colposcopy.

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Leep And Cervix

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Cervical Cancer, Colposcopy

During the procedure, your physician will remove the abnormal tissue and test it for cancer. The whole procedure takes 10 to 20 minutes. A period of 2-4 weeks is normally needed for the neck to be healed. A woman should have a follow-up PAP smear every 3 months or so. The procedure called a leep and cervix conditions, such as cervical cancer are often performed with a colposcopy.

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

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