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A 23-year-old member asked:

My gynocologist can never see my cervix ihad a cone biopsy aka l.e.a.p done gyno took quite bit of cervix due to hpv can this prevent me from pregnanc?

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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Possibly: If so much cervix was taken that the cervical os(opening) was obliterated and closed, the answer is , yes that will prevent pregnancy.
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Dr. Anthony O'Connell
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Additionally, should you become pregnant, you should have your physician or a high-risk pregnancy specialist periodically check your cervix with ultrasound to ensure that your cervix isn't opening prematurely. This condition, known as cervical incompetence, can happen after LEEP and sometimes even happens for no known reason.
Apr 22, 2012
Dr. Michael Goodman
Gynecology 54 years experience
Maybe more difficult: It may be more difficult secondary to less cervical mucus to transport sperm up into the uterus. You should not consider yourself to be infertile (e.g. Use b.C.), but if you've tried to get pg for 6 months and no success, see a ob/gyn or infertility specialist ("reproductive endocrinologist") early and be evaluated...
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