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    On December 17, 2012 at 4:30 pm

    Hi. I am currently 26 weeks pregnant and 31 years old.. I am a smoker and I have one other child. I had a pap smear done at the begining of my pregnancy. I was just told that they want to do the colposcopy in a few weeks to take a closer look at the LGSIL.The first prenatal visit I was told that they were going to do it after the birth of the baby. Why would it get switched to before the birth now? Could it be worse than what they are telling me? How safe is it to do this procedure with being pregnant and being how far along I am?? What could be the major risk factors in doing this during my pregnancy? Needless to say I am very worried about the procedure and other complications that could possibly go wrong with my baby! Please set my mind at ease a little bit if you could! Dont want anything else to worry me during this pregnancy because I already am worried about a choroid plexus cyst on his little brain. I am a nervous wreck and need some kind of advice of any kind.
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