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Usually there is no complication with laser biopsy.
Laser biopsy does not significantly damage the cervix.
However, deep conization or significant removal of the cervix or ablation of the cervix can cause some complication in up to 10% cases.
Cervical stenosis or narrowing of the cervical canal, and preterm rupture of the membrane at 34 weeks and beyond can be seen in case of deep conization or ablation procedure.
Ultrasound monitoring of the cervical length can be considered in case you had procedure other than laser biopsy.
There is no difference with the rates of vaginal delivery or ceasarian delivery.
That is not proven to work --cervical cerclage.
We do not recommend any more.
And as I mentioned above, simple biopsy does not affect pregnancy any way.
Only in cases of significant removal of cervix or ablation, there is some risk of preterm membrane rupture or miscarriage.
That too the risk is below 10%
No that also should not cause any problem since so many years passed.
This is not a problem usually.
Many women have this procedure and they have normal pregnancy usually.
No there is no need.
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