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... In April we are looking to schedule 2nd Lap for Endo. Going to the doctor this afternoon for pap follow up to Colop. Possible that I will be getting another Biopsy soon depending on outcome of today's pap. ... (15 replies)
... hopital until 34 weeks, but thanks to the cerclage, my baby was born healthy and perfect at 36 weeks. ... (15 replies)
... i think the thing to think about is ANYTHING is possible. ... (15 replies)

... Now someone with an incompetent cervix that never had a leep can have two kids within two years of each other why can't those who have mulitple leeps? ... (15 replies)
... Actually, the tissue removed from the cervix does NOT grow back....It simply heals. That is why multiple surgeries to the cervix MAY weaken it but not necessarily. That is why women with an incopetent cervix need a cerclage to strenghten it during the 2nd trimester. ... (15 replies)
... I was worried about the same thing. I already have an 8 year old girl and I would like just one more (a boy preferably) baby! (15 replies)
... Oh thanks God! that is good to know. ... (15 replies)
... There are PLENTY of women who go on to have multiple children after LEEPs. Being infertile means that you are not producing eggs in order to become pg, not that your cervix can't handle the pregnancy. ... (15 replies)
... I hear some doctors tell their patients they can't get pregnant due to there cervix being scared. ... (15 replies)
... It's not a fertility issue with a damaged cervix, it's an issue on whether that cervix will hold a baby for 9 months. ... (15 replies)
... If this happens then the doctor can easily open it back up. The thing to be the most concerned about is miscarraige because the scar tissue is so fragile that it sometimes cannot take the weight of the fetus and a miscarriage occurs. ... (15 replies)
... or result in a smaller passageway to the uterus. From what I have read this is very rare, though. ... (15 replies)
... My husband posed this question to me. Because isn't the cervix just a passing through for the baby? ... (15 replies)
... Before or after having kid's? (15 replies)
... I've had 2 in the last 7 years. (15 replies)
... Did you have more then one leep? (15 replies)
... Congrats on your surgery. You seem to be in the same boat with me. I conceived my litle girl now 7 months after a Laparatomy to remove adhesions. The conception happened after a month. ... (10 replies)
... RE did a fine job and I got to keep my uterus!!! Although one thing we couldn't see on SHG. The left fallopian tube had to be removed along with the polyps and fibroids. But he left the ovary so if we needed to do IVF I can use eggs from both ovaries. ... (10 replies)
... hospital. The HSG was first and it went, well let's just say, TERRIBLE!!! My RE couldn't even do it. For some reason, the speculum wouldn't go far enough into my cervix to inject the dye. He tried it a hundred different ways and made me VERY uncomfortable and it wouldn't go in far enough. ... (24 replies)
... If it's been that long and you have not been using protection...you need to go to the doctor. Don't be scared. It hasn't been THAT long since you had it. If there IS damage, they can repair it. ... (36 replies)




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