Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) is a procedure for removing abnormal tissue from the cervix (the bottom part of the uterus, located at the top of the vagina). LEEP may be performed when cervical or vaginal problems are found during a pelvic exam, or abnormal cells are found during a Pap test. LEEP is also performed for detecting cancer of the cervix or vagina. The procedure uses a wire loop heated by an electric current to remove cells and tissue in a woman’s lower genital tract. The right specialist to consider for LEEP is an experienced Gynaecologist and an Obstetrician along with a General surgeon. The success rate for the treatment remains around 62-78%.