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Old 10-23-2003, 10:41 AM   #1
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Post pregnancy with un-dx vertigo/and leep

I posted under inner ear problems and got no answers. I have had veritgo for two months now and really have not gotten a dx yet. My questions is two years ago i had a LEEP done for cervical displasia. My ob/gyn said this should not cause any problems with future pregnancy. Has anyone had a leep and was able to concieve without a problem? Also, with the dizziness, has anyone had a pregnancy and also had vertigo before? Just alot going on and husband and I want to try for a baby, I am not getting any younger, already 34 yo. any one?

 
Old 10-23-2003, 12:08 PM   #2
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The more LEEPS you have the harder it is to carry to full term. I don't think there's a problem conceiving, it's the problem with carrying the baby to full term because the LEEP consists of removing parts of your cervix. Speak with your doctor about it, though. He/she should be able to alot of your questions.

 
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Old 10-23-2003, 12:10 PM   #3
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Also, there are some things that doctors can do to help you carry your baby to full-term, such as stich your cervix closed.

 
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I agree. As long as there isn't scar tissue blocking your cervix - which there shouldn't be if you followed the post-LEEP precautions. If you are having periods, blood can get out, so I would think sperm could get in.

Come on over to Cancer: Breast, Cervical, and Ovarian. KimRick and I are there with a bunch of other women pre and post LEEP. And, there are a lot with pregnancy concerns.

Are you sure your vertigo is an inner ear thing? I don't know why that would interfere with pregnancy, but I don't know much about it. I have vertigo from anemia and I don't know if I could get pregnant, but I wouldn't want to until I have enough blood to nourish myself and my baby.
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