"I had cervical cancer, thus learned a lot about it.
Treatment for the earlier stages(stage 1) is just removal of the cancer (no hysterectomy)..."
From the mayoclinic website "Surgery to remove the uterus (hysterectomy) is typically used to treat the early stages of cervical cancer. A simple hysterectomy involves the removal of the cancer, the cervix and the uterus. Simple hysterectomy is typically an option only when the cancer is very early stage — invasion is less than 3 millimeters (mm) into the cervix. A radical hysterectomy — removal of the cervix, uterus, part of the vagina and lymph nodes in the area — is the standard surgical treatment when there's invasion greater than 3 mm into the cervix."
It is usually recommended even in the very early stages that you get a hysterectomy. There are rare cases where parts of the cervix are removed but it is extremely uncommon to catch the cancer early enough for that to be a valid option.
To try and make it seem like most women who get cervical cancer get to go on and have children is a complete fabrication. The vast majority will not. "Unfortunately cervical cancer treatment for most women means they won’t be able to get pregnant. With cervical cancer affecting some quite young women, dealing with the emotional issue of infertility as well as the diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming."
Anyway, I am still waiting to see some statistic that shows that your chance of dying from the vaccine is higher than your chance of dying from cervical cancer.