Thanks for writing in.
You need to tell us more details to enable us to understand your problem & then to give you more insight into your problem. like you need to tell what are the colposcopy
results? did you have a cervical biopsy
as well? what are the results? What is the diagnosis given to you by your treating physician?
do not mean that you can't bear children & or you can't get pregnant. It may increase certain pregnancy
complications but these don't effect all the women. In addition there are many other methods available for treatment of cervical diseases like CIN (cervical intra-epithelial cancer). CIN is not cancer but some of its stages may progress to cancer over a period of many years if left untreated. Luckily some milder forms may revert back to normal.
If the stage is the same for two years you certainly need treatment.
You may consult me directly & upload your reports for a more elaborate answer.