Cervical Dysplasia: What are the chances of cancer?

I have cervical dysplasia. What are the chances of cancer? Will my fertility be affected?

If the dysplasia is mild, about 60-70% of these problems resolve on their own. Obviously the other 30-40% are the ones that progress. Cervical cancer takes about ten years to go from the early stages to full-blown disease. As long as you keep on top of it and monitor the situation as advised, there should be few problems with your fertility. Even with early cancer or pre-cancer, 90% are cured with relatively simple local treatment, 99% are cured with two such treatments.

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