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    An_219990 posted:
    Some of my close friends were talking today and it kind of got me thinking. I've had 2 abnormal pap smears and they mentioned that it could cause problems getting pregnant. Its been bothering me and I really would like to know if this could happen.
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    sdadkin responded:
    I guess it kind of depends on why you had two abnormal pap smears. I had abnormal pap smears and a biopsy right before I got pregnant with my first son. I had more abnormal pap smears after he was born and ended up having to get a LEEP done. I am currently pregnant with my second child, so I am sure it is possible for you also :)


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