Whether a woman can conceive or not after cervical cancer depends on the stage of cervical cancer at which it was diagnosed and treated and the procedures carried out to treat it.
If the uterus and a part of the cervix remain and the reproductive organs have not been made sterile with a therapy, the woman may have a chance of conceiving a child. A woman in the early stages of cervical cancer may undergo trachelectomy, a medical procedure by virtue of which a portion of the cervix is kept intact to help preserve fertility and offer an opportunity for conception.
Cervical cancer may give you the impression that you can never be pregnant again, but do not lose hope. Follow a healthy lifestyle, quit unhealthy habits and you will soon be able to get pregnant.
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