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Hi What can we say then apart from getting your notes and find a better gyno/obstetrician for even more help. OKGood Luck
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No, by then the fallopian tube would have ruptured and you'd have a medical emergency.  Ectopic pregnancies can survive for longer, but...
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Hi Did you not ask about this before your operation?The only reason I can find doing research' is that if there was no...
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Yes, it is possible, but the re-anastomosis (re-attaching the tubes) is a very delicate, microsurgical procedure that has a significant failure rate...
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Hi Found you this on barycentre.com, it could help or not? You ovulate from both sides if you have both ovaries. Usually one side one month, the...
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Hi Once it has reached the womb, 3 days, it can live for up to 7 days max.What she needs to do if she keeps a diary with her period dates in, work...
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I had my ovaries/tubes and cyst the size of a Racquet ball removed in February.  I did not have this type of bleeding, I actually...
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unlikely considering the fallopian tubes help the egg travel to the uterus.
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Maybe with in vitro fertilization, but you will need to speak to a fertility specialist.
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I have cysts on both my ovaries like beaded bracelets around both and both my tubes are fine yet my gynecologist told me that i wud never...
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I can't tell you the chances of you being pregnant as it is different for every person; however, traces of semen are often present in that stuff...
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You have to understand, at two weeks the size of the foetus would NOT show on the outside of your body. To give you an idea the womb gets...
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Not having a fallopian tube can, indeed, decrease your chances of getting pregnant. Assuming your right ovary is still working, the lack of a...
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Sure. The fallopian tubes operate independently, so just because there's a problem with one doesn't necessarily mean there's a problem...
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Fallopian tubes are the narrow, muscular tubes attached to the upper part of the uterus that serve as tunnels for the ova to travel from the ovaries...
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