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Pregnancy after 1st LLETZ

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Pregnancy after 1st LLETZ

Hi everyone, I hope you guys are well? 

I had my first LLETZ procedure after my son was born. At the time, the consultant explained about the risks of premature births after the procedure. 

My questions are: 

Has anyone been in the situation & made it to term? I have read on the cancer research website ‘low risk’ but I have read a lot of cases where many women are not going to term. 

Is a stitch in the cervix the only thing that will help? 

Sorry, I have so many questions 


roodlechoodle's picture

hey hope youre okay. Ive been researching similar things and from what i can tell, they will scan you to check the length of your cervix and you only require a stitch if it is shorted than 25mm. 

Ive also read quite a few stories of ladies making it to term and even overdue. 

i hope this helps.

good luck concieving :)

Feb 2016 - First smear - clear

March 2018 - Started bleeding after intercourse, referred for colposcopy

May 2018 - Colposcopy and punch biopsies  - biopsy clear

30th May 2019 - Smear (still bleeding after intercourse)

15th August 2019 - High grade dyskaryosis

21st August 2019 - colposcopy and LLETZ to remove precancerous cells 

2nd October 2019 - CIN2 & 3 

3rd March 2020 - Follow up smear and colposcopy

20th April 2020 - All clear, no HPV

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