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Old 06-02-2008, 07:10 AM   #1
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Pregnancy

My daughter is due to have an operation next week on her cervix due to abnormal cells. Should she have a pregnancy test before she has the operation? If she doesn't and she is pregnant what would happen to the unborn foetus if she went ahead and had the operation?

 
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Re: Pregnancy

You're supposed to have a pregnancy test before any surgery.

However, if they're just doing a biopsy, rather than removing a part of the cervix, it might not be necessary.

 
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