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It depends on what she considers a "partial" hysterectomy. If she still has one ovary and a uterus, she is capable of conceiving, but is...
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Yes you can, not the norm but  you still ovulate and if those eggs get caught in the tube and are fertilized then you have a tubal pregnancy...
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Unfortunately, it is not possible to carry a pregnancy without a uterus. However, there are many options out there that can allow you to have a...
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Sometimes, a person wants to be pregnant so desperately that their brain creates a false-pregnancy. I had one patient who had a complete hysterectomy...
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Hi, I found this really good piece of info, and yes you do still produce your eggs along with your hormones.A women who undergoes a hysterectomy and...
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It is impossible. You have no female organs.
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For something as important as thisi I would see your ob-gyn - - I too was clock work - - I am now a grandma and after having a surgical menopause...
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 Go see a doctor, now! As a 9+ year Breast Cancer survivor, don't take any chances! What are you waiting for?
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Sure....mutivitamins are multivitamins. A prenatal vitamin has just be formulated to provide certain nutrients when a women is pregnant or...