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ask: I HAD MY FALLOPIAN TUBES REMOVED DUE TO MULTIPLE ETOPIC PREGNANCES. I STILL HAVE MY OVARIES. SO CAN I STILL GET PREGNANT?

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If your fallopian tubes were both removed, conceiving naturally is not possible.  Fallopian tubes are needed, in order for the egg to travel down to the uterus.  Where fertilization can occur.  IVF, is what most experts suggest, after the removal of the tubes. It's important to make an appointment with a fertility specialist in order find the right treatment for you. 

Best of luck,

Daisy

November 10, 2012 - 6:42pm
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