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Can cervical cancer have any effect on an unborn child?

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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
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In brief: Not likely.

It should not have an effect on the unborn child, or a newborn child, but if it was not removed before pregnancy, it can grow, and affect the mother due to the time allowed to spread.
If it is localized, removed, and a pregnancy occurs before the cevical epithelium grows back, the cervix might be incompetant, resulting in a possible loss of the fetus. Best to be treated before pregnancy.

In brief: Not likely.

It should not have an effect on the unborn child, or a newborn child, but if it was not removed before pregnancy, it can grow, and affect the mother due to the time allowed to spread.
If it is localized, removed, and a pregnancy occurs before the cevical epithelium grows back, the cervix might be incompetant, resulting in a possible loss of the fetus. Best to be treated before pregnancy.
Dr. Joseph Woods
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