I'm glad I helped a little
The docs won't or shouldn't do anything until after the baby is born unless it is clearly invasive. If you do any kind of search on cervical dysplasia (pre-cancer) and pregnancy, you will find a bunch of information about this. When she goes for her next appointment on the 18th, if they say it is invasive, then ask to see a gynecologist oncologist. They are the experts when it comes to this stuff. If it is dysplasia (or pre-cancer, or CIN 1, 2, or 3, or Carcinoma in situ) she is okay to be followed by a gynecologist. Sorry, I feel pretty strongly about this, so not trying to be forceful, but do want to get my point across.
I'll be thinking of you.