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Recurring Bacterial Vaginosis

A recurring bacterial vaginosis infection may affect the results of a LEEP procedure for ASCUS. This infection is the most common cause of vaginitis in the United States. Symptoms are not always present although they include a fishy smell, increased or different vaginal discharge, and vulvar itching. The treatment for this infection is both simple and effective. A recurring bacterial vaginosis infection may affect the results of a LEEP procedure for ASCUS.

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Recurring Bacterial Vaginosis

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LEEP Procedure, ASCUS

For about 30 percent of patients that have had BV, they find it comes back with in 3 months. Health care providers will often determine that a longer treatment period of 10-14 days may be needed or they may switch medication. A recurring bacterial vaginosis infection may affect the results of a LEEP procedure for ASCUS.

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