You can get pregnant very quickly...because your cervix is still open after a D&C. you should wait at least 2 weeks. I am about to have a cone biopsy next week. My DR has told me no intercourse for 6 weeks. (Same goes for using tampons and having a bath, only showers during this time.) I have one child but would like to conceive another. Apparently the chances of late miscarriage and the possibility of the cervix opening too soon during pregnancy are increased after a cone biopsy. Sometimes a stitch is placed in the cervix and taken out at 37 weeks to reduce the chance of having a pre-term baby. Cesarean Sections are also more common after cone biopsy. I have heard many stories of women carrying babies to full term after a cone biopsy. Every case is different and I think it may also depend on how much of the cervix is removed for biopsy and the length of the individuals cervical canal. You should take a lot of time to let your body heal before you get pregnant. I had a cone done a month after I had my son and then eight months after that I was pregnant with my daughter and I am 30 weeks and she has already dropped into my pelvis head down and they hope she stays there until two more weeks. As for the pregnancy it has been very hard. At 19 weeks I had to go into surgery to have a cervical cerclage done. I was in the hospital for a week because the medication they gave me made my daughter sick and it makes it really hard for you and the baby. I don't mean to scare you or bring you down but I just thought you could learn from someone who has gone through it and know how it feels. Good Luck and I hope that everything works out great for you.
I would consult a health clinic and ask them to get a 2nd opinion. You will need to find a doctor that it is not in the same health system as they usually stick together. Alternately, get an ultrasound and find out if the IUD is at the fundus. If so, the doctor didn't move the IUD.
No, you would not have a D&C while pregnant unless you wanted to end the pregnancy. Cone biopsy is done only after the pregnancy is over.
Pap smear uses a small sample of cells gently collected from the cervix to look for cancer or precancerous problems on the cervix. A pap smear doesn't detect a mass. If a doctor finds a mass at the vulva or cervix at the time of your pelvic exam, a biopsy may be done. If the mass is internal, for example at the uterus or ovaries, it's not likely that you've have a biopsy that day.
A cervical punch biopsy is a procedure in which a small amount of tissue is removed from the cervix using a hollow punch. The tissue is then sent for microscopic examination. This is usually done to obtain a diagnosis or to rule one out.
from what i have read yes you can but there is a slight chance that you may not be able to
Yes, a history of cone biopsy, and advancing age, can make it hard to get endocervical cells during a pap smear.
Breast biopsy is done to get a small tissue on your breast to be examined in the lab if its benign or malignant.
My freind had a Cone Biopsy done 3+ years ago. She still has pain with sex at times. Doctor said this is normal? Does not sound right to me.
There are three kinds of lymph node biopsy. Sentinel lymph node mapping and biopsy is a promising new technique that is discussed in its own entry. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy, often just called needle biopsy, is done when.
If you think you are pregnant go to the doctor to have a blood pregnancy test done.
In most UK liver transplant centres, it is not considered "routine" practice to do a liver biopsy several weeks after transplant if the patient has a normal liver function. However some centres will offer a liver biopsy at 3 year, 5 year and/or 10 year intervals, regardless of how good the liver function happens to be. Within several weeks of transplant the possibility of liver rejection is highest, so if rejection is even at all to be suspected of occurring a biopsy will be taken pretty swiftly.
Breast biopsy involves getting a sample of breast tissue for microscopic examination for diagnostic purpose and to exclude cancer. Needle biopsy is done with a needle and can be done under a local anaesthetic, but an open biopsy requires a general anaesthetic.
Yes you could still be pregnant. Wait another two weeks and get another test done
Go see a doctor and have a test done and a ultrasound.
When one is forty weeks pregnant, the baby is basically done developing and is ready to be part of the world. The baby's internal organs should be working as well. One will experience increased pains due to pressure when one is forty weeks pregnant.
A biopsy is recommended when a significant abnormality is found, either on physical examination and/or by an imaging test
An unborn baby
A liver biopsy is usually done to evaluate the extent of damage that has occurred to the liver because of chronic and acute disease processes or toxic injury.
Observing the fetus by ultrasound is usually done during the first trimester. This can be done as early as 6 to 7 weeks but is unusual if no problems are thought to exist. The normal first can imaging is done between 11 and 13 weeks
If a needle biopsy is done, no special preparation is needed. If a large needle biopsy is being done, the doctor may order some tests to determine the clotting ability of the blood.
That can only be done by your doctor and medicine.
A full skin lesion type of biopsy is done by a doctor removing a piece of the skin that is abnormal or infected. This is to get it tested and to rule out cancer.
No. A lung needle biopsy is used to pull a sample of tissue from the lungs for testing. A lung needle biopsy should NOT be done with someone who has Emphysema.
You can have nearly any piercing (save for maybe the cervix) done while you are pregnant so long as you feel fine with the procedure. Standard care should be take as infection is always a possibility.