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Pregnancy After Cone Biopsy

A pregnancy after cone biopsy can be complicated in some cases, so before making a decision on conceiving a baby a woman should check for genital wart, condyloma and other disorders. Pap smears should be performed throughout the 40 weeks to check on the abnormal cells. If abnormal cells are present, a cryosurgery can be performed, but a conization or treatment should be put off until after the baby is born. A pregnancy after cone biopsy can be complicated in some cases, so before making a decision on conceiving a baby a woman should check for genital wart, condyloma and other disorders.

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Pregnancy After Cone Biopsy

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Genital Wart, Condyloma

If the sample taken is much larger than normal, it could easily cause the patient to not carry full term. A small sample of abnormal tissue is alright to take for testing while pregnant, but a cervical conization is not recommended for such cases. A pregnancy after cone biopsy can be complicated in some cases, so before making a decision on conceiving a baby a woman should check for genital wart, condyloma and other disorders.

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

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