I don't know that I have the answer but your story sounds an awful lot like mine. I am still on the birth control. I will say that I had to turn my doctor into the medical board of examiners. She never explained this to me either. Nor did she follow the instructions she gave me on the leep. She dropped me as a patient mid procedure healing time. I have had to go to an Urgent Doc twice, and the E.R. once. She cost me a lot. Now I am reading this on web md and I am pretty livid that none of this was properly explained to me. I have hpv, and just got diagnosed with cervicitis. Never heard anything thing of it. My family care physician knew what I was going through and so did my OBGYN. Nothing was explained to me about this. I am sorry to hear that. I let you know if I find out anything.View Thread
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