I depends on how bad the infection was, larger cervical damage has a higher risk of causing infertility to women. Just because you had it, and received treatment for it, does not automatically mean that you can no longer get pregnant. If you really want to know whether you are still able to have children, you need to go to the doctor, he can find out whether it is still possible for you to conceive.
Thanks for the advice I was planning on going back to the doc. Its nothing I am comfortable talking about. Its emotionally tough for me to talk about this but is something I need to know ;)
Really? I want a baby but I just found out I had that was treated but there was nothing else that came along with it. Is it worth trying? Or give up?
Well!... I had been trying for 5 years! Than founf out I had it and got treated. My life revolves around children (I'm a teacher)
Oh ok, lol. It's just that it's against the ToU to put false information on your account. You should change it asap.
Forgive me, I am new to the "fun advice" I have not yet fully set up my account I am 24!
Yea, I understand. I hope everything works out for you though. =]
itll be very difficult to become pregnant
keep trying, its not 100% impossible :)
A 90 yr. old teacher? =O
Thank you! :)