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He spent a lot of time calming my fears and told me there was no indication that a LEEP would hinder or make future pregnancies difficult. The layer they remove is so thin unless you would have had problems otherwise it should not cause it.
I had a LEEP 9 or so years ago. My 3 year old was born at 34 weeks following pprom. My midwife at the time said that the LEEP had nothing to do with it. My current OB said that he can't say that for sure and that current research says that preterm births happen more frequently following LEEP than previously thought. I will just have extra cervical length monitoring to be sure. No big deal and may buy me a little bit of peace.
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