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What are fertility issues or other complications after molar pregnancy?

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Dr. Michael Murray
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Scar tissue

First, the molar pregnancy must be completely removed from your body before attempting another pregnancy and confirmed by your doctor with beta-hcg blood tests.
Second, if you had a D&C procedure to clean out the molar pregnancy, it is possible to have scar tissue in the uterus that may prevent pregnancy. A gyn or fertility specialist can help make sure your body is ready for another pregnancy..

In brief: Scar tissue

First, the molar pregnancy must be completely removed from your body before attempting another pregnancy and confirmed by your doctor with beta-hcg blood tests.
Second, if you had a D&C procedure to clean out the molar pregnancy, it is possible to have scar tissue in the uterus that may prevent pregnancy. A gyn or fertility specialist can help make sure your body is ready for another pregnancy..
Dr. Michael Murray
Dr. Michael Murray
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Dr. John Geisler
Gynecology - Oncology

In brief: Molar pregnancy

Once follow is done.
Most women are able to conceive and carry a normal pregnancy. Fertility issues are not common unless <18 or over 40.

In brief: Molar pregnancy

Once follow is done.
Most women are able to conceive and carry a normal pregnancy. Fertility issues are not common unless <18 or over 40.
Dr. John Geisler
Dr. John Geisler
Thank
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