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What is mild dysplasia and effect on pregnancy?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 30 years experience
No effect: Mild dysplasia (cin i) are early precancerous cells usually found on pap smear. A colposcopy can verify that only mild disease is present and rarely are biopsies needed in pregnancy. After delivery, a colposcopy can be repeated and biopsies and treatment then performed as needed. Mild dysplasia rarely advances in pregnancy so there should be no effect on your pregnancy.
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Last updated Dec 9, 2013
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