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Conceiving with Both Fallopian Tubes Removed
I have had both my Fallopian tubes removed, I've already had 2 ectopic pregnancies before my tubes were removed, due to an infection I have.
My husband and I can only use a condom when making love and I inseminate myself when I'm ovulating, do I have any chance of having a child now, I'm 35yrs old ?Answer:
Hi There,If Both Tubes Were Removed IVF Is Your Only Option:
If you have had both your Fallopian tubes removed, the only option for you is to do IVF and your chances of getting pregnant as still good at age 35 as long has your ovarian reserve is adequate.
I would recommend lerning more about preparing for IVF
in order to increase the changes of having a successfun in vitro cycle.
Once the fallopian tubes are removed there is no other way for the sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it.
In vitro fertilization treatments can help many couples conceive when nature makes it impossible.
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