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Can I have normal pap smear after leep procedure?

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Dr. Sewa Legha
Internal Medicine - Oncology
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In brief: Yes, very likely

You should not be surprised as it is expected to be normal unless the leep did not remove the previous abnormality completely.

In brief: Yes, very likely

You should not be surprised as it is expected to be normal unless the leep did not remove the previous abnormality completely.
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Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: YES

And you probably will have normal paps.
The leep is intended to remove all the abnormal cells. Most women do have normal pap smears after a leep, some women will eventually develop some degree of dysplasia that will show up on a pap as dysplasia.

In brief: YES

And you probably will have normal paps.
The leep is intended to remove all the abnormal cells. Most women do have normal pap smears after a leep, some women will eventually develop some degree of dysplasia that will show up on a pap as dysplasia.
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