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    Default Pregnant with CIN 3

    Has anyone been pregnant with CIN 2 or 3 and gone on to have vaginal birth?
    I'm still waiting to have my first appointment so haven't been able to ask yet.
    I was supposed to have surgery in the next 8 weeks which I obviously can't now.
    I had to have an emergency c-section with the girls and this will be my last baby so really hoping for a positive experience and would love a VBAC!

    Anyone been in this situation?
    Posting in VBAC section also.

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    Hi, was this the second time you had been diagnosed with changes? or first. I rememebr posting in a thread of yours awhile back but can't remember when it was.
    I've only had CIN3 between pregnancies and they got me in for surgery pretty quick.

    You have had the colposcopy and all that done yeah? You were just waiting on surgery? Sorry not the answer to your question lol, just owndered whether the doctor would act during preganncy, I know they don't usually.

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    Yeah first time, have still been waiting! Had the colposcopy almost 2 months ago.
    A BIG surprise falling pregnant, very wanted though.
    I called the hospital and they just told me not to bother coming in for my pre-op appointment and to call once I've had the baby so I don't have any idea what's going to happen.

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    I haven't had cin 3 in pregnancy but have had a cone biopsy due to cin 3/carcinoma in situ. I recommend you get a referral to a gynecologist/obstetrician ASAP and find out what you can do now. I'm assuming you are in early pregnancy & I'm shocked the hospital just told you to wait until after the baby is born. All the best!

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    I've had CIN 3 removed twice already and am now pregnant so surgery number 3 will have to wait. my specialist said to solely focus on the pregnancy and that there are no reasons why I can't have a normal pregnancy and vaginal birth. after it all I will then deal with it.

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    I think you need to call your gynecologist and see what they say. I'm surprised they didn't want you to stop TTC until after the surgery. They still may want to do regular tests to make sure it doesn't progress to invasive cancer in the next 9 months.

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    Yes still early stages. I'm seeing my OB in a few weeks.
    I was annoyed with the hospital because they sort of brushed me off...

    Newmum that's fantastic! I'm hoping my OB will say the same.

    I know it's silly to be worrying about it so early but this will be my last baby and the girls had to be born via emergency c-section under a general so I really want to have a positive experience, especially a vaginal birth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4underfour View Post
    I think you need to call your gynecologist and see what they say. I'm surprised they didn't want you to stop TTC until after the surgery. They still may want to do regular tests to make sure it doesn't progress to invasive cancer in the next 9 months.
    It was a big surprise, the only month we didn't try lol.
    I'm going through a public clinic and I only get to speak to the nurses, I might just have to call back on Monday.

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    Good idea. I'd demand to speak to a doctor. Say you are very worried etc.
    Good luck! And congratulations for your pregnancy!


 

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