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When pregnant, cervix tissue could be depleeted if multiple cryosurgery or a cone biopsy has been performed. It cannot continue to term and should be removed to save the woman’s life. This condition can lead to internal bleeding and shock. Women who use progestrone-bearing IUDs have an increased risk, the “morning after pills” if fail to prevent pregnancy, increase the risk 10 times. When pregnant, cervix tissue could be depleeted if multiple cryosurgery or a cone biopsy has been performed.

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Pregnant Cervix

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Cryosurgery, Cone Biopsy

This may be caused by obstructions or slow passage of a fertilized egg through the Fallopian tube to the uterus, which are the results of previous tubal infection. The condition occurs when the fertilized egg implants in tissue outside the uterus and the fetus begins to develop there. When pregnant, cervix tissue could be depleeted if multiple cryosurgery or a cone biopsy has been performed.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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