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Could a woman get pregnant after having cervical cancer?

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Dr. Anderson Bauer
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Yes, it's possible

Pregnancy is possible as long as management of the cervical cancer does not require a surgery that removes necessary organs (uterus).

In brief: Yes, it's possible

Pregnancy is possible as long as management of the cervical cancer does not require a surgery that removes necessary organs (uterus).
Dr. Anderson Bauer
Dr. Anderson Bauer
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In brief: Yes

Assuming that the uterus and sufficient cervical tissues are preserved after treatment, then yes, it is possible.

In brief: Yes

Assuming that the uterus and sufficient cervical tissues are preserved after treatment, then yes, it is possible.
Dr. Guillermo Martinez-torres
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