Pregnancy after cervical erosion
Is pregnancy possible after cervical erosion? Of course, it is possible: the theory of possible infertility after cauterization of erosion has not been confirmed. So before planning a pregnancy, it is very important to undergo a full course of therapy. Of course, erosion by itself can not affect conception in any way, but in the presence of an erosive surface, an ideal environment for growth and reproduction of pathogens is created, which in turn can trigger various inflammatory diseases.
Usually, if there are no complications, and the healing process proceeds normally, one month after the treatment it is possible to plan pregnancy. If the erosion treatment proceeded with complications, or the erosive surface was significant, conception would have to be postponed to six months, depending on the doctor's decision.
If the erosion is not treated, the consequences for pregnancy can be negative:
- inflammatory diseases of the genital organs;
- spontaneous termination of pregnancy;
- malignancy of the erosive process;
- premature delivery;
- premature rupture of the bladder.
Doctors agree that the erosion of the cervix before pregnancy should be cured, if not surgically, then a conservative method. If the disease is found already in the process of gestation, then the treatment is recommended to be postponed to the postpartum period, without, however, stopping to observe erosion. Since there is a danger of the transition of erosion into a malignant disease, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist regularly during pregnancy.
Compulsory treatment, even in pregnancy, is subject to large erosion, or the erosion that has already inflamed.