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Can I Get Pregnant With An Enlarged Uterus
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Less likely: In order to become pregnant, your uterus needs to be disease free. An enlarged uterus may indicate a disease that will prevent pregnancy. Though not impossible, it is less likely that you can become pregnant. If pregnancy is desired, i recommend that you discuss this with your gynecologist. ...Read more
Hormonal effect: I would tend to see this as a completely different problem that the ectopic pregnancy itself, and should be the least of your worries. If you have been identified as having an ectopic, you should be receiving treatment now. Once the ectopic has been addressed, if the leukorrhea does not resolve, then this needs further evaluation as well. ...Read more
Maybe not: If there are multiple fibroid tumors causing your uterus to be "enlarged 20 cm" and if some of these fibroids are submucosal, extend inside your endometrium, distort your uterine cavity or interfere with its blood supply...your chances of "getting pregnant" and/or carrying a pregnancy to term are not very good. Miracles can happen for women with large fibroids but they are rare. ...Read more
Why do women get salin infusion ultrasounds? Does this tell me if I can get pregnant or not? I have an arcuate shaped endometrium.
I had surgery for fibroids an now trying to get pregnant an not conceive as yet. Can I have a tilted womb? What can I do.
Not sure: You need to have your uterine diagnosis clarified. We usually do not describe 'cysts' in the uterus. You need a specific diagnosis of fibroids or polyps. A sonohysterogram might best define your diagnosis and your treatment plan. You still can have periods with either diagnosis. Polyps are easily removed. Fibroids, depending on their location & size may be a more significant surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In theory yes: But only in theory. There probably no way sperm can reach the egg without the uterus. When the uterus was removed, the vagina was closed effectively sealing it away from the abdominal cavity, making fertilization virtually impossible. It by some chance fertilization would to occur, there would be no place for the embryo to implant and grow. ...Read more
Common in pregnancy: An increased discharge in pregnancy is common and is a hormonal effect. This is certainly possible in an ectopic pregnancy as well. If there is an abnormal discharge in a pregnant woman, though, it should be addressed with her ob/gyn as it also might represent a vaginal infection. ...Read more
What is an enlarged uterus and I have 4 fibroids my uterus is 11.4x7.8x7.2 CM do I need to get a hysterectomy?
Depends on symptoms: Average age of menopause is 51, + or - 7 years. Uterine fibroid usually shrink after menopause. However may continue to grow if your are heavy or using hormones. If your fibroids are causing symptoms, pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, painful intercourse, etc. You might have a better quality of life if you have a hysterectomy. If you are asymptomatic and the fibroid are not growing, then observe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am said to have water in my fallopian tubes and an inflammation, can I have a conception without an IVF?
Hydrosalpinx: Hydrosalpinx is the collection of fluid(water) inside a closed Fallopian tube as a result of a serious Fallopian tube infection. Damage has been seriously done to the structure of the Fallopian tube especially inside where the sperm and egg must meet to conceive. Surgical tubal re-canalization has a very small chance of allowing conception. IVF is the best bet by avoiding the tubes altogether. ...Read more
Oh yes! : One of my favorite patients had 2 uterus and i delivered her beautiful baby girl! typically you need to have periods to get pregnant, though women can ovulate and have infrequent periods. At 39, i'm assuming that you've had periods at some point in your life. If you're not having periods any more, see a doctor, as you could have premature ovarian failure and would need estrogen to protect bones! ...Read more
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