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Is it possible to get pregnant with cervical cancer?
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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Yes.
If the cancer is localized, cone biopsy or excision biopsy can remove all of it.
The cervical epithelium can grow back, or surgery such as cervical cerclage can be done to assure the cervix is competent, and a normal, term pregnancy is possible.

In brief: Yes.
If the cancer is localized, cone biopsy or excision biopsy can remove all of it.
The cervical epithelium can grow back, or surgery such as cervical cerclage can be done to assure the cervix is competent, and a normal, term pregnancy is possible.
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Dr. Boris Bagdasarian
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes: early stage Dz
The majority of early stage patients can undergo minimal surgery, and a trachelectomy, and can go on to be disease-free and bear children.

In brief: Yes: early stage Dz
The majority of early stage patients can undergo minimal surgery, and a trachelectomy, and can go on to be disease-free and bear children.
Dr. Boris Bagdasarian
Dr. Boris Bagdasarian
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