A 28-year-old female asked:
pap came back hpv+/cin1. had colposcopy/biopsy. came back mild. new pap came back mild-severe/cin2. doc recommends leep next week. need for worry?
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Pathology 29 years experience
LEEP biopsy: A leep biopsy is the next step. As long as you follow your doctors plan for treatment you will not have much to worry about. Most dysplasias once discovered are removed by a leep. If not a larger biopsy such as a cervical cone biopsy can be performed.
4727 viewsAnswered Feb 6, 2021
Last updated Feb 6, 2021
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