I was wondering how i can get pregnant and y i havent? i have cervical cancer and have had it since i gave birth to my only child 3 yrs ago. I have been trying to have another child so they are close in age since the 2nd week after giving birth. Went to doctors and he said my cervics is a good size and looks okay. My periods are abnormal but always have been. Ive got on pregnancy pills and cut off of them but that hasnt worked either. Can u help me?
I have to agree. The treatments involved with cervical cancer must be fairly aggressive, and I am pretty sure can cause serious damage to a fetus. As for the not getting pregnant, did you do chemo or radiation? Thats probably why you haven't conceived. I also think you should have a good talk with your Dr. Good luck with the cancer, I hope all turns out well for you.
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