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Has anyone, or do you know of anyone who has had a lletz procedure ( removal of pre cervical Cancer calls from the cervix) and then had a successful pregnancy? I’m only 24 and with my son my pregnancy was text book. Since then I’ve had one lletz and 3 colposcopys . I have an appointment to talk to my doctor about it today but want real life stories.


Posted by sageekins, 1st July 2014


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  • I hope you’ve found reassurance – god luck.

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  • Yes, my niece had pre cervical cancer cells removed and she went on to have 2 successful pregnancies. I’m pretty sure they were uneventful pregnancies too, no dramas

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  • i am sure that you will be fine. maybe classed as high risk pregnancy due to shortened cervix

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  • That is a really good question…. nothing was mentioned during my procedures to suggest that it would be a problem.

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  • this story is good

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  • good nice story

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  • the story is exellent

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  • great

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  • Sageekins I replied to your Question yesterday but I can’t see it. My niece had a natural birth, the sutures were removed when labour started. Hope to read in 9 months your precious arrival. Good Luck.

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  • My niece had the same procedure before her 2nd pregnancy & the Dr put a suture internally so the bub was secure & removed it at the onset of labour. She had a perfectly healthy bub. Wishing you all the best.


    • Did she need to have a booked c section or a natural birth do you know? Thank you for that!!



      • She had a natural birth, the Dr removed the suture when she went into labour!

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  • I hope all goes well with you and the problem can be sorted fairly easily

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  • Thank you! So far all my doctor had told me is “its a watch as you go situation” and that a booked c- section is highly likely ( the scaring may stop dilating)

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  • I havent had this happen to me or even any of my friends but i just wanted to say i really hope that all goes well for you and you go on to have another healthy baby.
    Will keep my fingers crossed for you :)

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