Do 33 year women after colon cancer and surgery, chemotherapy can have baby? Thank you

Yes. Chemotherapy may supress the ovarian function and may affect one's fertility. However, i think she will actually gradually gain the ovarian function back again- post chemo. Thus theoritically if she wishes to be pregnant -she could have a baby.
Unlikely. Chemotherapy will make ovaries sterile most of the time , before initiation of treatment , must speak to oncologist for alternative plans.

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