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Is it possible to conceive a child with amenorrhea?

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Maybe: There are many causes of amenorrhea. Evaluations by primary care doctors, ob-gyn doctors, and infertility specialists can determine if a woman with amenorrhea can become pregnant. If a woman had menses in the past, and now has "secondary" amenorrhea, she may be able to get pregnant if her menses return. If she was born missing some parts of her female organs, then pregnancy might not be possible.

Answered 2/9/2020

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Yes: Various causes of amenorrhea dictate different treatments. Consult with your obgyn or a reproductive endocrinologist.

Answered 9/30/2015

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Yes: It is generally harder to conceive with amenorrhea but all it takes is for one egg to be released and have the right sperm welcoming committee. If you want to conceive i recommend a consult with an OB dr or infertility specialist. If not, take care!

Answered 9/28/2016

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