Difficulty getting Pregnant after Colposcopy






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Typically a colposcopy will not affect a woman’s ability to become pregnant. This procedure is usually completed after a pap smear comes back abnormal. During this procedure, the woman’s cervix, vagina and genitals will be examined more thoroughly than with a pap smear.

It is possible that during a colposcopy that your doctor will perform a biopsy so that the tissue can be examined. This is usually done in order to determine if the tissue is cancerous or not. Even if this biopsy is completed, the amount of tissue that is taken is minimal and should not effect a woman’s ability to become pregnant.

It-is-possible-that-during-a-colposcopy-that-your-doctor-will-perform-a-biopsy-so-that-the-tissue-can-be-examinedSince a colposcopy is usually completed after an abnormal pap smear, it is likely that the cause of the abnormality is causing issues with the woman’s ability to become pregnant instead. Because of this, you should talk to your doctor about your issues and ensure that you are being treated properly.

Also, you should track your ovulation cycle by using either a basal thermometer or an ovulation predictor kit. Knowing if and when you are ovulating can give you a better chance of becoming pregnant. If you find that you are not ovulating, make sure that you talk to your doctor about medication that you can take to help make your cycle more regular.

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