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Can A Woman Get Pregnant Without Ovaries
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
Can a woman that has had a hysterectomy but still has 1 tube and 1 ovary still get pregnant? Age 29 good health.
I had no periods frm start nd no ovaries...My uterus is small bt in my reports I m x.X female. So my question is that can I get pregnant wit no ovary?
Is it possible for a womans ovaries to be tilted the wrong way making it harder or impossible to get pregnant if she takes fertility pills does it up her chance. Asking bc I had a girl tell me this and trying to figure out more details and what the chance
In: In addition to excellent info from dr. Salisbury; you may wish to consider medical acupuncture to assist with fertility; after you have been fully evaluated and treated if necessary by your physician. Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years in china to help with fertility. There are many physicians in the United States practicing medical acupuncture including gynecologists. ...Read more
I was wondering if it's possible to get pregnant if a man ejaculated on a woman's pelvis when she had her underwear on?
NO: NO; however, it might be time for both condoms and BC, in case the underwear comes off. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with streak ovaries and small uterus. Can you guide me, how can I get pregnant. In my reports I'm xy female?
Not in your future: Someone with streak ovaries does not make eggs, and if your genetic profile shows you to be xy, you have a condition that is incompatible with you getting pregnant.You can look into adoption or other methods of having kids, but there is no treatments that can change what you were born with. Sorry to have to give you such news. ...Read more
I m 28 yrs old married women, will I get pregnent of healthy baby with 2.1*1.4 cm size of right ovary and uterus sizes are-6.9*3.5*3.6cm.
Ans: Why are you so worried. As long as you ovulate and husband is healthy no reason not to get pregnant. Relax and enjoy each other ...Read more
I m 28 yrs old married women, will I get pregnent of healthy baby with 2.8*1.2 cm size of left ovary and uterus sizes are-6.9*3.5*3.6cm.?
Can a xy female with small uterus and no ovaries get pregnant by donated egg through ivf. What's the procedure? Please help
Maybe: The likelihood is probalby small, but depends on the cause of the dsd (disorder of sex development). T-fem usually doesn't have a functional uterus. If it is xy gonadal dysgenesis, maybe. You need an evaluation of the inside of the uterus (if there is a vagina and cervix to get there). If the uterine cavity is normal, substantial hormone treatment may allow ivf to work. Good luck. ...Read more
Unlikely: I believe in miracles but this would be highly unlikely and unexpected. With the ovary gone on the left and no direct connection from the right it would be near impossible for an egg from your right ovary to find its way into the uterus for implantation and fertilization. Not necessarily impossible but having it to happen would border on the miraculous. Modern methods could assist you though. ...Read more
Yes: Some women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (pcos) get pregnant easily with no help, some need only insulin-sensitizing medications like metformin. Others need tablets like Clomid (clomiphene) or Letrozole to induce ovulation, rarely fertility shots or in vitro fertilization. About 8-10% of women have pcos. Your age also affects your chances. See a fertility md (rei) if ttc for an individualized treatment plan. ...Read more
If sexually active: If you are sexually active, you can get pregnant. The ovaries make cysts and pop them to release eggs as part of the normal ovulation cycle. Seeing a cyst could be normal or it could be abnormal, but it usually does not interfere with the ability to conceive (get pregnant). ...Read more
Varies: Some women with pcos conceive very easily even without treatment. Some never conceive even with treatment. Only time will tell. ...Read more
Sure!: But polycystic ovarian disease remains the mo. 1 cause of infertility. Treatment with the diabetes med metformin medication even carries with it on the label, beware may cause ovulation in this condition! Don't give up if you have tried and not gotten pregnant yet, sometimes it just takes a while! ...Read more
Absolutely: One can conceive perfectly normally with only one ovary. While endometriosis can make it more difficult to conceive, it rarely absolutely prevents conception. If you lost one ovary because of enmdometiosis, be sure to have regular follow ups and ultrasous of the other ovary. ...Read more
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Can a dr get error diagnostic they told me I have a cyst in each ovary but I think am pregnant too?
Check preg test: The easiest thing to do is head to any local pharmacy and pick up an over the counter pregnancy test. They are cheap and reliable. If you are pregnant please seek prenatal care. ...Read more
I have a 14cm cyst on my ovary not sure what kind yet. Will that make it to where I can't get pregnant?
Is it true that your chances to get pregnant increase after having a benign cyst removed off your ovary?
I'm trying to get pregnant but I had a cyst erupt on my ovary around November and its beennhard trying every since why is that?
Infertility: Please write back & clarify. Since your cyst in November, has been difficult/painful to have sex? Or are you concerned b/c 6mo have elapsed w/o pregnancy? If former, go see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood for evaluation. Ovarian cyst should not cause this. If latter, we don't diagnose infertility until 12mo elapsed of active attempts w/o success. Make sure already taking prenatal vitami ...Read more
Probably: As long as you are having monthly cycles, the size of the ovaries doesn't matter. Your age, does slightly increase the difficulty with conceiving, but the size of the ovary doesn't matter, as long as the cycles are regular. ...Read more
Potentially yes.: If your ovary is functional and producing the necessary hormones and your other reproductive organs (most notably your uterus) are able to support a pregnancy, then you can get pregnant with only one small ovary. That being said, a small ovary can be the result of a medical/hormonal problem that may prevent pregnancy. It's tough to tell definitively without further testing. ...Read more