Last summer my husband and I had just decided we were ready to try for baby number two when I found out I had carcinoma in situ and needed surgery. I had cold knife cone done last August, went for my 6 mos. checkup earlier this month, and all looked well (pap - neg.). Amazingly ONE try later we are pregnant. I was completely shocked, but of course ecstatic. I had stopped having periods and had to be on Prometrium after my sugery so it is pretty amazing. My doctor had mentioned a probable need for cervical cerclage if I were to get pregnant again since he had done such a large biopsy, but of course I've yet to get to that stage. All was normal and easy with my first pregnancy and it seems like so many unexpected things have happened since then. Has anyone else had this procedure and had a smooth problem free pregnancy afterwards? I can't help, but be a little anxious although I know it's likely that everything will be okay.