Hi, sweety. I'm sorry to know you'll need this to improve your health conditions. I don't have personal experience of doing LEEP. But from what I've read on sites, it's has been shown to be comparable to surgical removal of the abnormal area, laser ablation, and laser conization for the removal of abnormal of the cervix. Studies have shown that a majority of these methods result in a cure. and that the procedure is quite beneficial in the majority of cases. Further treatment is not typically necessary if all of the abnormal area has been removed. Although the abnormal changes may develop again at a later time. (I'm praying this will never happen to you!!) Regular follow-up pap tests are required following LEEP to evaluate for possible recurrence of the cellular abnormalities. They also say that complications occur in about a small percentage of women undergoing LEEP. Those include narrowing of the opening of the cervix. greater than expected amounts of bleeding etc. But again, this is just small percentage!! So I'm afrad I cannot drop the light of things like how long to wait until starting ttc. Or whether it might cause any difficulties while pregnancy. I'm just hoping you'll do it the best way! All the very best to you.