I'm just curious how many of you were able to have a pregnancy with no complications after a cone biopsy?
I had preterm labor and the only thing that kept me from dilating was that I had a lot of scar tissue from the cone. Once my dr realized that he stretched me from a 1-3 and I went to 10cm 2 hours later. But with my 3rd pregnancy I had no problems dilating.
Ive had puncture biposy, cone biopsy and LEEP during and after my son (hes 12 months now) and I'm 18 weeks pregnant now.
<blockquote><b>Quoting ~ALI~:</b>“ 1 year.”</blockquote>
I go in next month for the surgery and DH and I have been talking about having more children in the future. But I know the risks and potential complications. I'm just not sure if we want to take the risk. And I can't seem to find any statistics on the subject.
Quoting E's mommy&one on the way:
Hahaha! I had this done. The doctor said it would take awhile to get pregnant.
Let's just say a few days after the procedure dh and I had sex. We conceived, and I got a bfp!
So much they know. I had other treatments too. But 100% conceived after all my treatments, and during another too.
Oh yea, and I've had a great pregnancy! No problems at all...
Quoting Harley's Mama: