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What are the possible resulting effect of a colposcopy being done during pregnancy? Gestational weeks 25 now but it is scheduled to be done during the 34-36 week. I can't seem to find any information about this procedure being done during pregnancy.
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Colposcopy is just looking with a magnifying glass or microscope at the cervix. If there are suspicous areas biopsies are needed. This implies creating a small wound in the cervix by removing a small sample of tissue. The biopsy may cause some bleeding but otherwise is quite safe. Discuss it with your physician. If you need colposcopy you should do it.