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Can you have a baby after cervical cancer?


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Answered 2009-10-14 21:37:35

My mom had Cervical cancer when she was 23 and then had me when she was 30. She had a hysterectomy a couple years later though for other medical reasons. I think it depends on how bad the cervical cancer is. They were able to catch hers early on.

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