Can I Get Pregnant With a Partial Hysterectomy?

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Even if you have had a partial hysterectomy, it is still possible for you to become pregnant. However, it may be more difficult. Typically, this procedure will be conducted in order to remove the top part of the uterus as well as the fallopian tubes.

In order to become pregnant, it is likely that you will require an in-vitro fertilization in order to become pregnant. This is the best way to avoid having a tubal pregnancy and, instead having a healthy, normal pregnancy.

However, you may also want to talk to your doctor about an artificial insemination as well. Depending on your particular circumstances, this may also be something that is possible. When you are trying to conceive, it is always best to take care of your health.

Even-if-you-have-had-a-partial-hysterectomy-it-is-still-possible-for-you-to-become-pregnantMake sure that you eat healthy foods and live a healthy lifestyle. Make sure that you avoid drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes. This will help you to keep your hormones balanced and your reproductive system working properly.

If you aren’t ready to have a baby, but are considering it in the future, talk to your doctor about freezing some of your eggs. This is a great way to prolong your ability to have children in the future.

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