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If you still have your left ovary, uterus, and fallopian tube then you can get pregnant.  You will continue to produce eggs from your remaining...
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I was found with an Ovarian cyst in the first month of pregnancy. It disappeared in the 3rd month. Doctor asked me to continue pregnancy and asked to...
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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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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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It is possible to be pregnant and still have a period.  If your periods are lighter than usual and you have all the symptoms of pregnancy, you...
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Not sure. I wouldn't think so though. But best advice is to get a pregnancy test.
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no. you can have sex after 5 days of your regular menstrual cycle completes.because your ovaries are matured thats the sign you are getting your...
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Unfortunately, if your one remaining tube is blocked, it is unlikely that you will become pregnant without intervention.  If you do become...
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Being an "older" mother is a risk for having twins. So is using reproductive technologies such as ovarian stimulation or in vitro fertilization (IVF)...
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Not having a fallopian tube can, indeed, decrease your chances of getting pregnant...
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Any time you're not using birth control, it's possible to get pregnant. It's pretty much that simple.OK, maybe not. Granted, there are...
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Among women who become menopausal at around age 50, we suggest some type of birth control should be used for one year after the last period. For...
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The simple answer to this is: If both you and your fiance are fertile and you have unprotected sex, then there's always a chance of pregnancy...
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If your couple ejaculated inside you, it is possible because the semen content had a lifetime of 72 hours after it is ejaculated inside a woman...
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For most couples, becoming pregnant occurs naturally. Some couples have difficulty conceiving, and ways to maximize chances of conception become...