If a woman has had a female circumcision, can she still have children?

The World Health . Organization female circumcision type iii or infibulation is when the female's genitalia are sewn closed – with small hole left for urine & menstruation. It may take months for a male to penetrate this or the woman may need to be cut open for intercourse to occur. Childbirth likewise often requires further surgical intervention. Women may be reinfibulated when their husbands travel.
Yes. Removing the foreskin of the clitoris in no way affects one's ability to get pregnant unless the vagina is completly in accessable and scarred closed via genital mutilation as practiced in some african cultures.