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Can you still carry a baby full term with no miscarriages after having 2 leep procedures and 1 cone biopsy?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Yes, as long as there is still a good amount of cervical tissue left. Usually a cone biopsy can be invasive as far as how deep they cut into the cervix, but your doctor could tell you what they thought as far as carrying a baby full-term. I don't think they would do the cone biopsy if it was that dangerous for you to have children afterwards, they do have other options. I myself have had 2 leep procedures, and cryosurgery. Since then I haven't carried a baby full-term but I was never told of any dangers that could occur because of them. Best option is to ask the doctor!

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't personally know the answer to your question, but I found some links that might help you....good luck!

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