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Dr. Linda Callaghan
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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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What would IVF success rates be for a 37 yr old after previous laparoscopic myomectomy and ectopic pregnancy with resulting salpingectomy?

What would IVF success rates be for a 37 yr old after previous laparoscopic myomectomy and ectopic pregnancy with resulting salpingectomy?

Should not matter: Your previous surgeries should not be a factor in an ivf cycle. Success will depend on the experience of the clinic, the skill of the embryologist, quality of the ivf lab and to some extend, whether you are "reproductively young or reproductively old". At 37, you should still have good success rates at an experienced and successful ivf clinic. Good luck. ...Read more

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What are the chances of pregnancy after myomectomy?

What are the chances of pregnancy  after myomectomy?

Most within 1 year: After myomectomy most women can get pregnant within one year.But you must wait three months before attempting conception. ...Read more

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6 months after myomectomy.What could improve my chances of pregnancy.Been trying but yet to succeed?

Healthy living: Being at a healthy weight, taking folic acid, exercise regularly, eating a healthy well balanced diet and getting at least 7 hours of sleep every night. I'm sure your doctor knows the type of myomectomy performed, and has advised you when safe to get pregnant. Good luck! ...Read more

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A lap myomectomy (removd 3*3cm size-submucos, intramuralfibroids) affect my future pregnancy? I miscaried due to fibroid at 6th month.

Hopefully not: Removal of the fibroid will hopefully allow you to have a normal pregnancy, although you may need a caesarean section depending on the extent of the surgery. Your next pregnancy(s) will need to be monitored closely. Hopefully all the fibroids were removed as they tend to grow in pregnancy and may cause problems. Talk to your dr about these concerns. ...Read more

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Which of the slimy discharges is a true sign forlikely chances of pregnancy. Just resuming intercourse after myomectomy 4 months ago?

Which of the slimy discharges is a true sign forlikely chances of pregnancy. Just resuming  intercourse after myomectomy  4 months ago?

Clear and gelatinous: Ovulation dc is clear and you can stretch it between two fingers because it is gelatinous. This is call spinbarkeit. It only occurs around ovulation and last for several days. ...Read more

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Is a vaginal delivery for a first pregnancy possible after a myomectomy?

Is a vaginal delivery for a first pregnancy possible after a myomectomy?

Usually not: Any incisions on the uterus from previous myomectomies or multiple c-sections puts you at risk for a uterine rupture when your contractions start during labor. This is when the old scar opens up, which can lead to catastrophic consequences for you and your baby. For this reason, a c-section is recommended after a myomectomy. ...Read more

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What are the chances of pregnancy after a myomectomy, hydrotubation and Clomid (clomiphene) tablets?

What are the chances of pregnancy after a myomectomy, hydrotubation and Clomid (clomiphene) tablets?

Varies: the chances vary a lot. if both tubes are open, ovaries look good, and sperm is good, then anywhere from 15% in someone age 25 to 1% in someone age 45. so it depends on a lot of factors. there is a chance of ectopic pregnancy as well when the tubes were damaged, regardless of whether they are now open ...Read more

Dr. Jeffrey Stevens
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Myomectomy (Definition)

A myomectomy is the procedure when fibroids are removed and the uterus remains. Myomectomies can be done in a variety of ways, depending on the location of the fibroids. Fiboids in the uterine cavity can often be removed hysteroscopically, with no abdominal incision. Depending on size and location, myomectomies can be done laparoscopicaaly, ...Read more