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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?

Heterotopics: Yes. These are twin pregnancies with one implanted in the uterus and one in the tube. Most likely the one in the tube needs to be removed. ...Read more

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Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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Do I have pid? I have a healthy uterus and ovaries but one tube was twisted but gone now and the other is inflamed! what are my chances for a baby?

Do I have pid? I have a healthy uterus and ovaries but one tube was twisted but gone now and the other is inflamed! what are my chances for a baby?

See gynecologist: If one tube is gone the chances are not 50% but about 80 to 90% to get pregnant. However if the other tube is inflamed you are at an increased risk for a tubal pregnancy. You definitely want to have your gynecologist check you for gonorrhea and chlamydia. ...Read more

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Absence of both tubes and right ovary uterus normal tell my chances of conceive one failed ivf?

Absence of both tubes and right ovary uterus normal tell my chances of conceive one failed ivf?

May be Reasonable: Tubes are not needed for ivf. Depending upon your age, the ability of your remaining ovary to produce eggs, and the quality of the ivf program, your chances for success with ivf could be very reasonable. Please speak with your reproductive endocrinologist about your particular situation. Best of luck to you! ...Read more

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I am female, age 48. I had uterus cancer. Dr removed uterus and filipine tubes. Now I had urine infection with pus cells 50-60% and contains equali. ?

I am female, age 48. I had uterus cancer. Dr removed uterus and filipine tubes. Now I had urine infection with pus cells 50-60% and contains equali. 
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Unassociated: Your uterus and your urinary system are not connected and should not be affecting each other. Get treated for your urinary infection and get regular gynecological exams to ensure that you do not have recurrence of cancer. ...Read more