The doctor said that I had a lesion on my cervix. Does it have more of a chance of turning into cancer now that I''m pregnant?

This depends on what type of lesion it is. Cancerous lesions on the cervix are thankfully rare in pregnancy. They are not more likely to turn into cancer in pregnancy, but they may be more difficult to diagnose and treat. This is one reason why it is desirable for any problems like this to be investigated and treated before getting pregnant.
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