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If the ovaries remain, can an ectopic pregnancy still occur after a partial hysterectomy ?

If the ovaries remain, can an ectopic pregnancy still occur after a partial hysterectomy ?

Not likely: There is one woman in turkey i read about years ago who was pregnant after a hysterectomy. She was probably pregnant during the surgery and the baby fell out and implanted on the vaginal cuff. Had to be delivered by caesarian. Wild case but rare. ...Read more

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Dr. Amanda Itzkoff
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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Possible for pregnancy after partial hysterectomy?

Possible for pregnancy after partial hysterectomy?

Possible, rare.: Women post supra cervical hysterectmy can get pregnant rarely and all those pregnancies would be ectopic and threaten the maternal life. See your gynecologist for evaluation if you think this is happening to you! ...Read more

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I know this might be a weird question but i had a partial hysterectomy done and am now having serious pregnancy symptoms what could this be?

I know this might be a weird question but i had a partial hysterectomy done and am now having serious pregnancy symptoms what could this be?

Ovaries: Ovaries are the sources of hormones of pregnancy and menstrual cycle. When a uterus is removed, many of the symptoms of a period are gone, but not all. The ovaries are still going to cause bloating, tender breasts and even a phantom cramping sensation. Pregnancy can never be ruled out so if you are worried take a test. Likely neg. ...Read more

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Had a partial hysterectomy done in 2008. My urine test friday showed positive for pregnancy but the blood test was negative. What could it be?

Had a partial hysterectomy done in 2008. My urine test friday showed positive for pregnancy  but the blood test was negative.  What could it be?

Possible tumor: There are several things that can cause an elevation in hcg, the most common test used to document pregnancy. However, this is also elevated in some tumors. I am sure your ob/gyn will be obtaining additional studies and do addition imaging evaluation to find out why. ...Read more

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I had an ectopic pregnancy in May of this year. Partial left tube removal. Now I'm having 2 cycles a months and they are abnormally heavy. Help????

I had an ectopic pregnancy in May of this year. Partial left tube removal. Now I'm having 2 cycles a months and they are abnormally heavy. Help????

See a GYN MD: The frequency of the bleeding lends itself to the rapid development of anemia, regardless of the cause. You need to see a GYN MD as there are several post ectopic causes for too frequent bleeding. ...Read more

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I had my left tube and ovary removed do to a tumor, my right tube is partial due to ectopic pregnancy, will I be able to conceive again? If so how?

I had my left tube and ovary removed do to a tumor, my right tube is partial due to ectopic pregnancy, will I be able to conceive again? If so how?

Certainly with work: done on both Fallopian tubes, common sense says you will have a hard time conceiving due to the ovum's potentially difficult path into the uterus to be fertilized in the tube. It all depends on how "open" or functional your right tube is. Afterall, you really only need 1 tube open to make it work. If the pathway is scarred up, then in vitro fertilization maybe your best bet. ...Read more

Dr. Benjamin Schwartz
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Partial Hysterectomy (Definition)

Removes mostly the body, leaving the cervix behind. It means the birth canal, and organ of receptive intercourse is not bothered. Problem is tha it can develop cancer ...Read more


Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Hysterectomy (Definition)

The entire uterus (womb), cervix, the part protruding into the vagina, and ...Read more