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I am not sure about speeding dysplasia up, but my dr did say that it isn't uncommon for dysplasia to surface during pregnancy (and other stressful times or when your immune system is low), and that if it does, it is watched until after the pregnancy. The risk depends on the type of dysplasia you have. She also said that after giving birth, cases can clear on their own. I know this happened to a friend of mine--she had mild dysplasia, diagnosed while pregnant, cleared after birth. When I was diagnosed with CNIII my dr told us to stop trying until after it was treated. It was hard, but best to take care of me before getting pregnant.





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