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    High risk pregnancy
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    mwhite80 posted:
    After i had my daughter in Feb 2011 I had precancerous cells removed from my cervix. I was told that if i got pregnant again, i would have to be monitored more closely due to the procedure i had. Well I just recently learn that I am pregnant again, totally not planned, and I am very nervous about possible complications. Anyone advice or encouragement would be appriciated, thanks.
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    beckyatmoms responded:
    Just talk to your OB. There are several options that I'm sure they will explain to you. You and your new baby should be just fine.
     
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    kimmypatti2921 responded:
    I also had precancerous cells and a procedure done and my dr said the same thing about future pregnancies. We are now trying to get pregnant. How are things going with you and what has your dr said? I am just bracing myself for what I might be up against
    Thanks


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