Cervical cancer, like colon cancer, is easy to resolve when diagnosed early, but generally fatal when advanced. Your procedure is more akin to removing pre-cancerous polyps from the colon than doing a biposy. THere is not an issue with spreading cancer cells when the growth is pre-cancerous.
Nutrition is good for prevention, and can also be effective when one is fighting cancer (as I am). However, when you have a simple procedure that has 98% cure rate or better, then you would be foolish to not have it done.
Things have gone wrong in your body to the point where you are near to having a fatal cancer. You certainly want to address these issues with good nutrition and suppliments. However, take the necessary action to correct the problem first. The surgery will get you ahead of the problem, instead of being behind it.
Trust me, you do not want to find yourself facing advanced cervical cancer. It is ugly.