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Cervical Dysplasia

Cervical dysplasia is a precursor to cervical cancer. If left untreated, cervical dysplasia may lead to cervical cancer. Discover what cervical dysplasia is, how cervical dysplasia is diagnosed and how to treat it.

LGSIL Pap Smear Result
Read more about LGSIL Pap smear results, an abnormal type of Pap smear result.

High Grade Dysplasia
HGSIL Pap smear results mean high grade dysplasia. HGSIL is just one type of dysplasia. Though it is not cervical cancer, it can lead to cervical cancer when left untreated and unmonitored. Learn what an HGSIL Pap smear result means, how it is confirmed and treated.

LEEP Procedure to Treat Cervical Dysplasia
A LEEP procedure is commonly recommended for women with cervical dysplasia. Discover what a LEEP is, how it is done, and what to expect afterwards.

Pregnancy After LEEP
A LEEP is procedure done to treat high grade cervical dysplasia. Women who have had LEEPs are often concerned about how it will affect future pregnancies. Discover how having a LEEP will affect pregnancy and childbirth.

Cervical Dysplasia - What is Cervical Dysplasia?
Cervical dysplasia can be a precursor to cervical cancer, if left untreated. Learn more about how cervical dysplasia is detected and treated before it turns cancerous.

Cervical Dysplasia Treatment Options
There are several treatment methods for cervical dysplasia. Discover what options are available to treat cervical dysplasia.

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