Washington lawmakers have enacted some of the country’s most progressive policies to protect reproductive health care. But these measures have run up against the state’s high concentration of religious facilities.
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As obstetrician-gynecologists who specialize in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, we want to reassure patients that permanent sexual dysfunction is not a known complication of a LEEP.