well its not cervical cancer persay. its displasia or something and i had a biopsy done on the 29th of march. and i was bleeding. i was supposed to get my period on the 8 of apr. but still nothing.. i think im pregnant now, my stomach sticks out and my boobs are really, really swollen. is it possible that i missed my period due to the biopsy? and its just coming on a later date and im not even pregnant?! or does the biopsy have nothing to do with it at all and i could be pregnant??
As far as I know, biopsies don’t make a difference in your period, at least not cervical biopsies. I would strongly suggest you refrain from sex until after your paps start coming back normal. If you aren’t already pregnant, you won’t want to be if you need treatments for the dysplasia, which can weaken your cervix and cause problems during pregnancy. Please let us know how the test results come out and take care.
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