I'm 30 years old and had one cone biopsy and two LLETZ biopsies. Do I have a chance of having a healthy pregnancy?

You should not have problems getting pregnant unless you have some other fertility issues. But should you get pregnant, you do have a significant risk of late miscarriage or severe preterm delivery. Some obstetricians may put in a cervical stitch in early pregnancy to keep your cervix closed, others might 'watch and wait' with ultrasound scans of your cervix. Having said all this, there is still a good chance of having a healthy pregnancy, but you'll need to be closely monitored throughout.
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