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Can having cervical biopsies have a damaging effect on carrying a baby full term in the future?
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Dr. Miguel Cano
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Not at all
Cervical biopsies are not deep, do not change the integrity of the cervix, and will not play a role in pregnancy or ability to reach a normal term delivery.
Talk to your doc if you have any more concerns.

In brief: Not at all
Cervical biopsies are not deep, do not change the integrity of the cervix, and will not play a role in pregnancy or ability to reach a normal term delivery.
Talk to your doc if you have any more concerns.
Dr. Miguel Cano
Dr. Miguel Cano
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Dr. Marlon White
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
A cervical biopsy will have no effect at all.
If you have a more extensive procedure such as a cone biopsy or leep procedure, which is done to treat cervical dysplasia in more advanced cases, there is a very small chance of developing a condition called cervical incompetence.

In brief: No
A cervical biopsy will have no effect at all.
If you have a more extensive procedure such as a cone biopsy or leep procedure, which is done to treat cervical dysplasia in more advanced cases, there is a very small chance of developing a condition called cervical incompetence.
Dr. Marlon White
Dr. Marlon White
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