Invasive Carcinoma of cervix is one of the rarest malignancy during pregnancy with incidence of 1in 1200 to 100001. It is more common in developing countries. Risk factor contributing are smoking, early age at rst intercourse, multiple sexual partners, immuno compromised condition like infection, HIV, HPV infection (types- 16,18,45,56)2 and following transplant surgeries. Though there are no specic symptoms to identify occurrence of cancer cervix in pregnancy, high degree of clinical suspicion is required with history of recurrent purulent vaginal discharge and bleeding due to increased vascularity and edema. Primary prevention, early detection and prompt interventions are important for improvement in disease free survival rate. Treatment during pregnancy is tailored according to the gestational age, stage of tumor, wishes of couple and the performance score of the women.