Can Have Children After Cervical Cancer Treatment

Women who are diagnosed with cervical cancer are generally concerned that they cannot have any more offspring. Actually the cause of cervical cancer is the human papilloma virus or human papillomavirus (HPV) does not have a direct impact on fertility. However, HPV increases a person's risk of cervical cancer, which can affect fertility and pregnancy. In addition, the effects of cervical cancer treatment are more likely reasons for infertility. Risk of Disorders for Pregnancy In addition to killing cancer cells, cervical cancer treatment unfortunately has the risk of having an effect on a woman's ability to have offspring. For cases that have not been classified as severe, cervical cancer can be treated with radical trachectomy (radical trachelectomy), which is the removal of the cervix. In this procedure, the uterus and ovaries are left, allowing women to become pregnant in the future. At a later stage, treatment of cervical cancer is generally done by hysterectomy or r
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