Can I get pregnant with cervical erosion?
Among women of reproductive age there are many opinions, true and false, about a disease such as erosion of the cervix. This is due to the fact that this pathology is found on average by every third of the fair sex. Most of the concerns are about becoming a mother in the future. So, can you get pregnant with cervical erosion? Is there a risk for the fetus if the disease was previously treated? Let’s find out what a danger for conception and the process of bearing conceals this pathology.
The cervix serves as the connecting channel of the vagina with the uterus itself. If the epithelium cells that cover the cervix are damaged (that is, a semblance of a wound appears), then there is evidence of erosion. The danger is that the disease, as a rule, is asymptomatic, only a doctor can see this violation when examined on a gynecological chair. Very often, the diagnosis of erosion is made for women who have not yet given birth.
Erosion of the cervix can arise for various reasons, the most common are:
- hormonal disorders;
- mechanical damage to the mucosa (after surgery or gross sexual contact);
- presence of sexual infections;
- early onset of sexual activity, a large number of partners;
- reception of oral contraceptives;
- hereditary predisposition;
- infringement of a microflora, a dysbacteriosis of a vagina.