Top
20
Doctor insights on: Is It Possible To Carrya Child When A Side Falliopian Tube Was Removed

Share
1

1
Do most women just ovulate one side? I had right tube removed two years ago as i had otopic still trying for another baby

Do most women just ovulate one side? I had right tube removed two years ago as i had otopic  still trying for another baby

No!: Unless an ovary was removed, both ovaries will continue to ovulate. It will become harder to get pregant, since if you ovulate on the side that your tube was removed, you would not get pregant! ...Read more

Excise (Definition)

To surgically remove an organ or body part or tissue. This is done with ...Read more


2

2
Clips on tubes how easy to have removed IV had them on for ten year? Im 32 with 3 children, i met a new partner and would really love a child,

Clips on tubes how easy to have removed IV had them on for ten year? Im 32 with 3 children, i met a new partner and would really love a child,

It is possible....: Check around your local area to find a gynecologist that does this procedure. There is no guarantee but, it is being done. ...Read more

3

3
I m suffering from endiometrosis , my overy is removed. Second is completly coverde with sists , fellopean tube is blocked, how can I have a child?

I m suffering from endiometrosis , my overy is removed. Second  is completly coverde with sists , fellopean tube is blocked, how can I have a child?

Fertility specialist: It is best you consult a reproductive specialist, for the physician will review all augmented fertility options with you. ...Read more

4

4
I had my tubes removed after the birth of my 4th child. That was 2&1/2 yrs ago now I'm 2 months with no period. Normal or should I see a dr?

I had my tubes removed after the birth of my 4th child. That was 2&1/2 yrs ago now I'm 2 months with no period. Normal or should I see a dr?

Home pregnancy test: Pregnancy is EXTREMELY unlikely (but not impossible). Another less likely cause is early menopause. Irregular periods can occur from time to time in healthy people. If you do a home pregnancy test which is normal and you feel otherwise well it would be reasonable to watch and wait and see if your periods return to normal. ...Read more

7

7
Ent ? Chronic ear infections for 30 yrs had 2 sets of tubes as a child. Noticing hearing loss right side. Do they have adult tubes?

Ent ?  Chronic ear infections for 30 yrs had 2 sets of tubes as a child. Noticing hearing loss right side. Do they have adult tubes?

Yes, but...: ...They are very unusual. Other interventions are more likely. A cholesteatoma arising from old scars could be t he reason for your hearing loss, so you should consult an ENT asap. ...Read more

10

10
Whats the chance of having a baby if fallopian tubes has been removed?

Whats the chance of having a baby if fallopian tubes has been removed?

Almost zero: Chances of pregnancy without tubes is theoretically possible but extremely rare. Generally should feel confident in relying on that as a birth control method. Ivf approach can work - if that is your goal. ...Read more

11

11
How do I know if my baby's gastrostomy tube need to be replaced or removed?

How do I know if my baby's gastrostomy tube need to be replaced or removed?

Depends: If your baby is able to eat by mouth and maintain good growth velocity for 2-3 months without needing or using the feeding tube then it most likely can be discontinued. If the tube is needed and it leakes or clogs then it should be replaced some tubes are only good for 3-4 months at a stretch. ...Read more

12

12
In july this year I had lost a baby from tube my right one was removed I would like to kno how soon I can try to have a baby?

In july this year I had lost a baby from tube my right one was removed I would like to kno how soon I can try to have a baby?

2 to 6 months: It sounds as if you had an ectopic pregnancy that required removing one of your fallopian tubes. Depending on how the surgery was performed, it may be safe for you to conceive as early as two months after your surgery and recovery. Certainly by six months after your surgery, regardless on how it was done, you would be safe to conceive. ...Read more

13

13
Is there a procedure to removed baby from the Fallopian tubes without surgery?

Is there a procedure to removed baby from the Fallopian tubes without surgery?

Medical & surgical: An ectopic pregnancy can be eliminated by surgical opening of the Fallopian tube and removal via Laparoscopy or sometimes manual extrusion, which may fail to work with follow up serial HCG's rising. Medical use of methotrexate requires an ectopic to be less than 8 weeks gestation. The danger is always imminent rupture & massive bleeding while waiting for the Rx to work which can be very dangerous. ...Read more

14

14
Hi my wife has undergone a laparoscopic salpingectomy for developing a baby in f-tube, and it was removed, wnt to gve normal birth, can it b possible?

Hi my wife has undergone a laparoscopic salpingectomy for developing a baby in f-tube, and it was removed, wnt to gve normal birth, can it b possible?

Yes, it is possible: Depending on whether the other tube is open. A test called an hsg or hysterosalpingram, where an attempt is made to shoot dye through the uterus and see it coming out of the tube can be done to determine latency or keep trying and get in soon after the pregnancy test is positive. She is higher risk for another in the tube. Consult her doc, he may have an idea on the etiology of tubal problem. ...Read more

15

15
I had a Fallopian tube removed 2years ago; a cyst was attached to it. I have started having pain on the side the tube was removed during menarration.

I had a Fallopian tube removed 2years ago; a cyst was attached to it. I have  started having pain on the side the tube was removed during menarration.

Scar tissue: Can be seen by your doctor for evaluation and studies if needed. If lido helps this is reassuring and you can discuss with your doctor. I hope you are well. ...Read more

16

16
More than 5 weeks after ectopic, one tube removed, the other tube checked patency, still have pain on both sides occasionally, is it normal? When to try to conceive again?

More than 5 weeks after ectopic, one tube removed, the other tube checked patency, still have pain on both sides occasionally, is it normal? When to try to conceive again?

Can't say: Some "aches and pains" 5 weeks after surgery are probably normal, but most women should be feeling mostly recovered. I suggest you contact your doctor promptly if it's more than minimal pain. Good wishes. ...Read more

17

17
04/11 i had my fallopian tubes removed, but still have ovaries.Im recently engaged & he wants to know if i can have another baby?

04/11 i had my fallopian tubes removed, but still have ovaries.Im recently engaged & he wants to know if i can have another baby?

Bypass tubes: The cost may still be an issue but a fertility center can harvest some of your eggs and fertilize them with dads sperm. The resulting combo can be placed in your womb at the appropriate time after your body has been prepared to receive the embryos. ...Read more

18

18
I had my tubes clamped 12yrs ago an just had a bunch of scar tissue removed what's my chances on aving another baby because i want one ?

I had my tubes clamped 12yrs ago an just had a bunch of scar tissue removed what's my chances on aving another baby because i want one ?

Depends: You won't have kids unless you do something. Reversals are rarely perfect & could set you up for a tubal pregnancy. You could have a fertility center harvest some of your eggs, fertilize them with dad's sperm & implant your prepared uterus. This would bypass the blockage. All choices have their expense & work attached but if you do nothing, no kids! ...Read more

19

19
Is it normal to have cramping on my right side where my fallopian tube was removed several months ago?

Is it normal to have cramping on my right side where my fallopian tube was removed several months ago?

Tube removal: Removal of the tube can cause adhesions of connective tissue on the side of the surgery. Stretching this with movement causes the pain. On the other hand, an ovarian cyst (tumor) can cause severe pain and is common after removal of the tube due to lower blood supply to the ovary. Consult your healthcare provider for an exam and a sonogram to check for cysts. ...Read more

20

20
I don't have right side tube as its removed thru ectopic surgery. Today is my 13th days. And I have cycle of 30day. How can I know my egg size?

I don't have right side tube as its removed thru ectopic surgery. Today is my 13th days. And I have cycle of 30day. How can I know my egg size?

Single cell : An egg size is one simple cell. All eggs are the same size. The size of the cell is not dependent on whether or not you have functioning fallopian tubes. Knowing the size of a cell is not going to be relevant on whether or not you can get pregnant. ...Read more