Yes, any cervix is never really closed, there is always a route available for sperm to penetrate!
Cervixes can be closed- mine is completely closed following vaginal reconstruction surgery which hasn't gone according to plan so I don't bleed on my period (well, I do but it goes the wrong way and comes out where it can ie through my fallopian tubes but I don't bleed so I can see it). You'll need to look at assisted conception methods like IVF but I've got no idea how or even if that works because I can't bring myself to ask my gyne because I've had enough bad news for one week.
Thats horse crap..I have my ovaries..
If your cervix is removed you can still have babies because the semen would pass through the uterus and you're able to eject it. Hence you can have a baby.
If your cervix is removed, you will have a hard time carrying the baby. You can still get pregnant, though.
You can't get pregnant if you don't have a cervix. However you can get cervical cancer. My mother had cervical cancer, and she was not be able to have children after the surgery.
You only have 1 cervix. 1 uterus, which is in the cervix. And 2 ovaries. If you do not have a cervix their is no way a baby can grow. And I'm pretty sure if they took your cervix out they took your ovaries out too. Your ovaries sit on the top sides of the cervix, so if the cervix is not there, the ovaries can not be supported. And without ovaries there are no eggs. So I think you know the answer now. I'm sorry.