I just had my trachelectomy last week (removal of the cervix), and as you've done, I researched a lot about cc treatment before I even knew what stage I was at and I assumed the worst.
I later found out I was at 1b, which is still classed as very early stage. When I went to meet my consultant, they got a trainee to talk to me about my treatment, and she told me I was having a hysterectomy - well I went hysterical as I'm only 26 and don't have children - so I said no, I've read about this trachelectomy procedure and I want that done, so I discussed the pros and cons with the consultant and we decided I wanted the trachelectomy.
The reason I'm telling you this is, if I hadn't asked for the trach, I wouldn't have got it, so make sure you ask for options and don't just accept what they tell you!
Also, even if you have to have a hysterectomy, there are still ways to preserve your eggs so you can have your own biological children but they'd be carried by a surrogate.
Having said all this, the waiting is the worst part as all you do is speculate about what treatment you'll have. I'd urge you to stay close to this site to find out info and get support, and once you know your treatment plan then you can deal with it and we can all advise and support.
There's a great youtube video diary by a user called beccababes - she talks a lot about fertility and preserving her eggs, she also covers a lot of info to do with different cc treatments. Even though she's had a different treatment plan to me I've still found it really useful and supportive to watch her videos.