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Is It Possible To Conceive A Child With Amenorrhea
Maybe: There are many causes of amenorrhea. Evaluations by primary care doctors, ob-gyn doctors, and infertility specialists can determine if a woman with amenorrhea can become pregnant. If a woman had menses in the past, and now has "secondary" amenorrhea, she may be able to get pregnant if her menses return. If she was born missing some parts of her female organs, then pregnancy might not be possible. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
An abortion?: That is a 'purposeful' miscarriage, - it can be 'induced' through certain medications; some civilizations use certain herbs to induce a miscarriage, but it is hard and unreliable to induce a miscarriage with herbs. You wouldn't be able to 'stress' yourself into a miscarriage or anything like that. ...Read more
Yes, it is possible: Although having polycystic ovarian syndrome makes having a child more difficult, it is not impossible to become pregnant with having this disorder. A conversation with your primary care physician or an OB/GYN after your pregnancy could lead to the diagnosis of PCOS. ...Read more
Hermaphrodites 102: Possibly if they have a complete set of reproductive organs. If there is a fully functioning uterus and ovary, then it's theoretically possible to get pregnant and have a baby. However, most if not all true hermaphrodites have incomplete reproductive organs and a pregnancy would be extremely rare. ...Read more
Yes: Women with polycystic ovaries (pco) do not ovulate regularly, but they do ovulate and can therefore conceive. While some women with pco do not ovulate at all, it is common for women with pco to ovulate three or four times each year - which means there would be three or four opportunities each year to conceive. Fertility drugs such as Clomid (clomiphene) can improve conception rates by inducing ovulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: Its possible only because in my observations regarding human reproduction, anything seems to possible. However from a purely scientific perspective, it should be extremely rare if not impossible as long as we are talking about a normal period. With irregular or prolonged periods, all bets are off. ...Read more
Absolutely: Endometriosis can affect fertility and apls can affect miscarriage. So the two affect different parts of the process. If you know you have both of them, then you should definitely seek fertility care at least for an evaluation to see how the endomeriosis is affecting things. And you would likely want to take Lovenox (enoxaparin) at a certain point just before or during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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