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Is a tubal reversal right for me if I've had 3 C-sections?
Tubal Reversal - 1 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 - 4 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 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?
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 - 2 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?
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 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?
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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Can a women get in vitro fertilization if she no longer has a period?
I just turned 50 and don't have a period anymore. Am I still able to get in vitro fertilization done by using a donor's egg and my husbands sperm?
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Will Medicaid pay for a tubal reversal?
Tubal Reversal - 2 answers
I am 37. Me and my husband want to have a baby together. Will Medicaid pay for it?
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I am 52 years old and my partner is 48. Are we eligible to be become parents through surrogacy?
Surrogacy - 1 answer
My partner of 12 years and I would love dearly to have a child. I have had the IVF procedure 6 times without success. Is it possible for us to look into a surrogate? Obviously, my eggs would not be used as I am going through menopause, but with my partners sperm and a donor egg, is this possible?
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Can prostate cancer, if left untreated, affect a man's ejaculate?
General - 1 answer
I'm 60 years old and have prostate cancer. It has not be treated. Can it affect a man's ejaculate? My ejaculate is extremely reduced. So, are the two related? Can the ejaculate volume be restored somehow? If so, how?
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