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Hi j3nny08~
I have had two cold knife cone biopsies...this year April and June.
the first a result of a bad pap and postive colposcopy for cervical cancer stage 0 ( adenocarcinoma in situ). My first cone did not obtain clear margins and my options we to 1: wait and see what happened 2: get a hysterectomy 3: repeat the cone. So I opted to repeat the cone bipsy 2 months after the first one.... which then came back negative. My follow up colpo was also negative.
The only complication so far has been that the healing time on the second surgery was longer - there was more bleeding...and depending on where your issues are and where they cut the biopsy from you might notice changes in your cervical mucus and things like that since there are glands in there which can be damaged or cut.
Also, I have as a result from the scarring..stenosis of the cervix from scar tissue which could affect your ability to conceive a pregnancy normally... which I am now addressing via fertility specialists (but I have been ttc for years prior to this so that isnt necessarily the only reason). Lastly, you risk developing an incompetant cervix which can be a problem during pregancy however the Dr's can monitor that and perform a circlage' if needed to keep the cervix closed to prevent miscarriage.
Hope this helps you decide but above all else like Pickle-eyes said yu need to see the path reports to know what your dealingwith and where it is located to help you determine how much cutting or leeping you can sustain.
Good Luck:angel:

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