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I had a BTL doubly ligated and transected. Can I still have a tubal reversal?
Tubal Reversal - 2 weeks ago2 answers
The specimen consists of right tube 1.7x0.6cm; left tube1.6x0.7cm. Repersentative sections of right and left fallopian tubes are submitted in a single cassette. Can I still have a tubal reversal?
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I'm a 30-year-old female and my male partner is 39. He had a vasectomy 16 years ago. Can we do sperm aspiration with ICSI?
I have been pregnant before. It was years ago, and the pregnancy was terminated. I'd like to know if it's possible to extract sperm from my fiancé and get it to me. Or, is a vasectomy reversal the only option? And after 16 years would it take?
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Both of my fallopian tubes were completely transected. Is there the slight chance I could become pregnant again? I don't want to.
General - 2 months ago1 answer
My right and left fallopian tubes were completely transected, since 21 August 2014 I have my medical records on my tubal ligation and it just says "right and left fallopian tubes: complete transection: 1. A tube segment 18mm long and 2. A tube segment 16mm long. No evidence of Sapingitis or other pathology in these sections.
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I'm a 45 yr old mother of three who is in good health. My tubes have been clamped for 18 years. What options do I have if I want another baby?
Tubal Reversal - 2 months ago2 answers
I'm 45 and in good health. I've had 2 pregnancies (1 single birth and 1 set of twins). My tubes have been clamped for 18 years. What options do I have if I want another baby?
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If I want my tubes unclamped, how do I go about it?
Tubal Reversal - 2 months ago2 answers
I had my tubes clamped two years ago at the age of 22. I'm now 24 and want to have my tubes unclamped. How do I go about it?
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Is a tubal reversal right for me if I've had 3 C-sections?
Tubal Reversal - 3 months ago1 answer
I really want another child, but before having a tubal reversal, I'd like to know if the procedure is right for me. I am 30 years old and have regular monthly cycles. Three years ago, following my third C-section, I had my tubes clamped. Can I have a tubal reversal? One thing I'm worried about is having the reversal, getting pregnant, and then having another C-section. Am I at risk of having another C-section, and does having had so many C-sections pose a danger?
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Can I donate my eggs if I am 42 years old and on Suboxone?
Egg Donation - 3 months ago4 answers
Can I donate my eggs if I am 42 years old and on Suboxone? If so, how long do I need to be off before I can?
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How can I get a pathology report with details about my tubal ligation? Also, how do I know if a tubal reversal is right for me?
Tubal Reversal - 3 months ago3 answers
I'm 44 years old. I'd like to know if a tubal reversal is right for me? Also, how can I get the pathology report that details my tubal ligation?
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I had a tubal ligation and an ablation five years ago. Is pregnancy possible again after a tubal reversal?
Causes Of Infertility - 3 months ago1 answer
I am 36 years old. I have two children, 15 and 10. Five years ago I had my tubes cut, tied, and burned. I also had an ablation. Is pregnancy possible again if I have a tubal reversal?
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Can I harvest my own eggs and have them placed back in me?
General - 3 months ago2 answers
I am 47 years old. Me and my fiance want a baby but I had the Adiana procedure. Can I harvest my own eggs and have them placed back in me?
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Does a partial hysterectomy mean my uterus was removed? If so, does this mean I cannot get pregnant, even with IVF?
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) - 3 months ago2 answers
I had a partial hysterectomy and tubal ligation. I understand the tubal ligation procedure, but with a partial hysterectomy, does this mean my uterus was removed? If so, does this mean I cannot get pregnant, even with IVF?
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Can I become an egg donor if I am almost 41 years old? I've had a hysterectomy but still have my ovaries.
Egg Donation - 3 months ago3 answers
I've had a hysterectomy almost 10 years ago. I'm petite and relatively healthy, despite the common cold here and there. I've had 3 children who were all healthy babies and are still healthy young teenagers and adults. The only downside is that I smoke, but not as much as some do or have. At my last physical a few years back, my doctors gave me a good bill of health. If I'm nearly 41 years old and in good health, can I still donate my eggs?
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My sister is willing to carry a baby for me and my partner. What's the next step? How much would it cost?
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) - 3 months ago1 answer
I've had a partial hysterectomy but still have eggs. My sister is willing to carry a baby for me and my partner. What's the next step? How does it work? How much would this cost?
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