Thanks for your post. Your concerns are certainly understandable but we can tell you that most women are able to have children following treatment for cervical cell changes. See the items below for more on this.
Treatment is not always required, as HPV and related cervical abnormalities very frequently will clear naturally. So, sometimes the health care provider will take a watch and wait approach. In other cases, treatment is indicated, so ask your provider what they recommend based on all the test results, and don't be shy about asking questions.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has this to say at http://www.acog.org/publications/patien ... /bp110.cfm
LEEP has been associated with an increased risk of future pregnancy problems. Although most women have no problems, there is a small increase in the risk of premature births and having a low birth weight baby. In rare cases, the cervix is narrowed after the procedure. This narrowing may cause problems with menstruation. It also may make it difficult to become pregnant.
Also, see what another professional organization says:http://www.asccp.org/pdfs/patient_edu/cone_biopsy2.pdf
In a small number of cases, a cone biopsy may increase the risk of preterm birth in subsequent pregnancies.. Because the impact on future childbearing for you may be unclear, you should discuss your plans and concerns with your health care provider.
I hope this helps. Please post anytime and let us know what you find out, if you don't mind.