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Can a person have three ovaries?

Can a person have three ovaries?

Not normally: Ovaries come in pairs and that is the usual pattern. Rarely one doesn't develop and you will find only one. Three is only possible in rare conditions in which a tumor develops which has ovarian elements. But three normal ovaries does not occur. ...Read more

Ovary (Definition)

The usually paired female or hermaphroditic reproductive organ that produces ova and, in vertebrates, ...Read more


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Is it better for a woman with polycystic ovary syndrome to have children earlier in her life?

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Is it better for a woman with polycystic ovary syndrome to have children earlier in her life?

Its better for all: Women with pcos have increased number of eggs. This however does not reflect the quality of these eggs (chromosomal make up) which is reflected by age. For a yet unidentified reason, the longer the egg stays in the ovary (the later it is ovulated) the higher chance for chromosomal abnormality in that egg and the more difficult it is to get pregnant and have a baby. Earlier pregnancies r safer too. ...Read more

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Can a woman have normal chances to have a baby if she only has one fallopian tube?

Can a woman have normal chances to have a baby if she only has one fallopian tube?

Yes: Yes, a woman can have a normal chance 2 conceive with 1 fallopian tube. U only need 1good functional tube to get pregnant. If all other factors are normal (no medical problems, no ovarian disfunction, etc) u have a 50/50 chance of ovulating from either ovary monthly. U can ovulate from one ovary and the egg can enter the opposite tube! it's amazing! so keep trying. See your md if u have problems. ...Read more

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Is a woman more likely to have a child born with birth defects if she's had multiple miscarriages, as opposed to a same aged woman that's had none?

Is a woman more likely to have a child born with birth defects if she's had multiple miscarriages, as opposed to a same aged woman that's had none?

Depends: We studied a woman that had 17 miscarriages by the time she was referred to the genetic service. A chromosome study revealed an extremely rare balanced defect that would lead to more in the future. However this is the rare exception, you will only gain a good picture of your personal risk if you meet with a medical geneticist and s/he explores both sides of the family. ...Read more

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Can a teenager with secondary amenorrhea conceive later in her life? Or will she have complications?

Can a teenager with secondary amenorrhea conceive later in her life? Or will she have complications?

Yes: If the cause for secondary amenorrhea is resolved she should have no issues assuming everything else is normal. ...Read more

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Can a 34 years female get pregnant with one ovary?

Yes: As long as no hormonal or structural issues with reproductive system present, then one ovary should be able to accommodate the work required to maintain fertility and allow pregnancy. Should always discuss plans and concerns with your gyn. ...Read more

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Can a woman have one baby in uterus and one in tube? What do they do?

Can a woman have one baby in uterus and one in tube? What do they do?

Rare/surgery: Since the tube is not designed to support pregnancy, it would eventually rupture as the mass expanded producing a life threatening loss of blood. When identified tubal pregnancies are removed surgically, tube and all, to avoid catastrophic loss when that would happen. Hopefully the procedure would not interfere with the uterine pregnancy. ...Read more

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Cah-- has a women with this condition ever concieved a child?

Cah-- has a women with this condition ever concieved a child?

YesTheyDoConceive: Yes with proper treatment and good Prenatal Care women with CAH have had and do conceive ...Read more

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Can I have a baby with ovarian cyts?

Can I have a baby with ovarian cyts?

Cysts and Pregnancy?: I agree that cysts can affect ovulation but they also sometimes make it difficult for us to use our medications. We usually do not want to use fertility meds when there are cysts. Most of the time we can wait for the cyst to resolve and restart meds but a few women have recurrent cysts and they are a real problem. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Could a young woman with no kids nor pregnancies have a prolapsed bladder?

Could a young woman with no kids nor pregnancies have a prolapsed bladder?

Possible: It is possible, but not overly likely - you should have a thorough exam if you are concerned. If you have not had an exam then i wonder why you are concerned over this - symptoms of urinary bladder prolapse may include recurrent bladder infections, pressure in the pelvic region and even prolapsed tissue into the vaginal opening - it should be checked. ...Read more

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Would a father with one testicle produce a baby with only one testicle?

Would a father with one testicle produce a baby with only one testicle?

No: His sons will all be born with two testicles unless baby suffers perinatal testicular torsion which is quite uncommom. ...Read more

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Can a woman who has had a hysterectomy still feel PMS symptoms in synch with permanent females?

Can a woman who has had a hysterectomy still feel PMS symptoms in synch with permanent females?

Yes: If your ovaries are still there (which is the case in many hysterectomies, especially if you are younger) then the ovaries continue to function normally and any hormone issues, such as pms, will continue after surgery. ...Read more

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So can two women have a child of their own?

So can two women have a child of their own?

Yes: They must have a sperm donor which they can obtain from a friend or a sperm bank. ...Read more

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Could a man with three testicles have babies?

Could a man with three testicles have babies?

Yes he could: Side with a single testicle would likely to be more capable of delivering sperm. ...Read more