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Can you still get pregnant if you have had fallopian tubes removed?

Having pregnancy symptoms but youngest child is 14yrs old.

 

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Maybe with in vitro fertilization, but you will need to speak to a fertility specialist.

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My daughter just had her fallopian tubes removed an hr ago. Her dr said yes she can get pregnant but she would have to go to a faternity clinic or specialist so yes she can have more babys if she wants to.

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No. As early as your mid 30's you can have pre-menopause symptoms, which can be similar to pregnancy. Like the previous person said, the only way to conceive would be IVF. If your symptoms continue, check with your doctor, they may need to check your hormone levels and examine you to rule out cysts, etc. Cysts on the uterus can cause pregnancy symptoms and are usually treatable with medication.

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