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Am I candidate for a tubal reversal if I am 41 years old and had a bilateral tubal ligation in 1998?
Tubal Reversal - 6 days ago
I'm 41 and had a bilateral tubal ligation in 1998. I would like to have the procedure reversed ASAP. I sent my operative report to a doctor and he said I was a candidate, but I would like to get a second opinion. Based on what I've told you, am I really a candidate for the tubal reversal procedure?
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Do I have to have a menstrual cycle in order to donate eggs?
Egg Donation - 6 days ago
I had a partial hysterectomy at age 26 and no longer bleed but my ovaries still work. Can I still donate my eggs?
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My right fallopian tube is blocked, can the obstruction be removed? If so, will this allow me to bear children?
According to my doctor, my right fallopian tube is blocked and he was unable to find the left one. Can the obstruction in the right tube be unblocked? If so, will I be able to bear children with only one fallopian tube?
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I had a partial hysterectomy, tubal ligation and my lining burned due to endometriosis. Is IVF possible?
Before giving up hope, we want to confirm whether or not it is possible to have our own child. I was young when I had the procedures done and did not think of the future possibility of finding a husbsnd who would want a child. I was trying to rid myself of the monthly pains. If IVF is possible, how does it work? Do I need a surrogate or can I carry the baby on my own? Lastly, where do I start to get the process underway?
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I have epilepsy. Can I still undergo the IVF hormone treatment that has to be done in the beginning of the whole procedure?
I am 29 years old and in good health but my husband has a very low sperm count, although the ones he has are very good. We are looking at IVF but I am scared that since I am being medicated for epilepsy (Keppra 125 in the morning and 250mg at night) this may cause a problem when the time comes for the hormone injections. Can you please tell me if I will encounter problems with this? Thank you so much in advance!
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How do I go about getting donated sperm for the intrauterine insemination procedure?
My partner and I are a lesbian couple and have been wanting to start a family for a long time. How do we go about getting donated sperm for the intrauterine insemination procedure? Do you we have to pay for this?
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Can I get pregnant after having Hulka clips removed?
Tubal Reversal - 2 weeks ago
I had Hulka clips put on and then 6 months later I had them removed due to pain. It has been 4 years now. Can my partner and I attempt to get pregnant, or will having had the clips 4 years ago affect our ability to conceive?
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My tubes have been tied for 20 years. Can I get a tubal reversal? If so, what are my chances of becoming pregnant?
Tubal Reversal - 2 weeks ago
I would like to know if it is still possible to have a tubal reversal. My tubes have been tied since 1995. My youngest child is 20 years old. Recently, me and my new husband have been talking about conceiving a child together. If a tubal reversal is possible, what are my chances of becoming pregnant?
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I'm a 44-year-old woman who has had her tubes tied for over 20 years. Can my ligation be undone and if so, can I get pregnant?
Tubal Reversal - 2 weeks ago
I had my tubes tied in 1992; I am now 44 years old. I've been considering having my tubal ligation reversed. Is this possible and if so, can I get pregnant?
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What is a homeopathic treatment for psychological-based erectile dysfunction?
During foreplay, there is no erection, only seminal fluids come out. I do have an erection, however, at night and especially in the morning. I also develop an erection during masturbation, but it is short lived; I ejaculate prematurely. A doctor diagnosed me as having psychological symptoms and he wrote five phos 6x, which is brain and nerve tonic. Though my erectile dysfunction is psychological, is there a homeopathic treatment?
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After my tubal litigation, the doctor told me he could only find one ovary. After 4 children, wouldn't that have already been discovered?
Causes Of Infertility - 3 weeks ago
I am not using any protection right now, and would like to know if it is common that a woman is born with only one ovary. Also, is it common that this wouldn't have been discovered much earlier in my life? It seems odd after having four successful pregnancies and births.
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I am 42 years old and my period is 3 months late, could I be pregnant? I had my tubes clamped nearly 17 years ago.
I am 42 years old and my period is almost 3 months late. I'm having nausea and some signs of pregnancy, but my tubes have been clamped for nearly 17 yrs. Could I be pregnant? If not, what else could this be attributed to?
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Is it possible to get pregnant naturally with only one fallopian tube?
I've had one fallopian tube removed; the other was cut and burned. It's been 5 years now. Can I get pregnant naturally with only one fallopian tube?
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Is there any chance I could be pregnant even thoughI had a tubal ligation?
Causes Of Infertility - 1 month ago
I don't closely track my periods any more. After doing the math I am fairly certain I had unprotected sex with my husband during ovulation. Seven days later, I experienced what I now think was implantation bleeding and my period is not due for 2 more days (which is 4 days from when I think I had implantation bleeding). I also recall feeling "pregnancy tired" the other day. I didn't think further about it because I had a tubal ligation. But now I wonder, is there any chance I could be pregnant?
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I had my tubes cut, tied and burned 9 years ago. Can the procedure be reversed? If so, is it possible to get pregnant afterwards?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I got remarried and my husband would like for us to have a child together. However, I had my tubes cut, tied and burned 9 years ago. I was wondering if the procedure can be reversed and if so, whether it's possible to get pregnant afterwards.
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Is it safe to have a tubal reversal if you suffer from high blood pressure? Also, is there a pill you can take to untie your tubes?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I had my tubes tied in 2014; they were not burned or clipped. I would like to have a tubal reversal but am concerned about the safety of the procedure because I have high blood pressure. Will this complicate the procedure or make it somehow unsafe or ineffective? Also, is there a pill that can be taken to untie your tubes?
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How does the egg freezing process work and is it different for women who are virgins?
Egg Freezing - 1 month ago
I am 30-year-old virgin. I don't know when I will meet Mr. Right and become married, so I am concerned about my ability to have children in the future. I have considered freezing my eggs. How does the process work and is it different for women who are virgins?
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