Re: having children after pre cancerous cells
The way the cells were removed creates different situtations...of course with the cone biopsies, much deeper tissue is taken, whereas the LEEP, only a layer, like 5mm, for example.
I had a baby after having the LEEP...actually, he was my 5th baby...there was only ONE difference, and I honestly don't know if it was related to the LEEP at all, but all of my other labors went quite quickly, but with my last one, I just didn't dilate well... I never got past 3cm until I finally asked for an epidural, and that relaxed my body enough to dilate. :::shrug:::
With the cone biopsies, if there are complications, they can now do a "cerclage" during pregnancy, where they basically lace up your cervix and tie it shut, so there's no premature dilation.
Everything should be fine!!! Good luck!!