Can you become pregnant with a partial hysterectomy?
It is possible. In most modern hysterectomies, the ovaries are left inside the body. This equates to a partial hysterectomy. The ovaries can still release their eggs, and it's possible (albeit rare) that a pregnancy can occur.
It's very rare that you get pregnant after a partial hysterectomy. You would get pregnant through sex just as you would before your hysterectomy. Again, this is very rare.
If uterus has been removed then no you cannot get pregnant. Symptoms are a non-sequitor
A Dr will not do a Hysterectomy if you are pregnant. And if you have a Hysterectomy you wont be able to get pregnant.NO!
I have had a partial hysterectomy and had my tubes tied and now I am pregnant what are the statistics
I heard that you can if you still have your ovaries
You could not get pregnant after the procedures that are usaully referred to as "partial hysterectomies". The safest bet would be to ask a doctor who knows exactly what was done.
Hysterectomy is removal of the uterus as such there is nowhere for the fertilized ova to grow nor as the cervix or vagina have been stitched close any chance of impregnation unless this is done by IVF. So it is not possible to become pregnant after hysterectomy. Your surgeon should have explained this before surgery and the consent form you signed made it clear that you will be infertile.
I just had a partial hysterectomy with my appendix taken out as well...
A partial hysterectomy or hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus alone. A total hysterectomt removes the uterus and cervix.
A partial hysterectomy is removal of the body of the uterus, leaving a cervical stump. A total hysterectomy is removal of the uterus and the cervix.
A hysterectomy is were your uterus has been removed. So there fore you can not get pregnant. The embryo attaches itself to your uterus. In order for you to become pregnant you have to have a uterus.
After a partial hysterectomy the eggs released from the ovaries are absorbed into the blood stream.
There is a slight possibility of this happening but it is a very rare occurrence. and would require stopping.
If a female still has an ovary after a partial hysterectomy , then it should be possible to harvest eggs
No.As the uterus is removed in a hysterectomy there is nowhere for the baby to be carried to term.
A a partial (total) hysterectomy only removes the uterus and cervix then you will still be subject to ovarian cysts.
can you be artifical inseminaed after a partical hysterectomy
No. You can not.
You should not be able to get pregnant. Just having your tubes tied would be enough to prevent pregnancy, especially if they were cut then tied (tubal ligation).
No. If you had a complete hysterectomy your ovaries are gone so you have no eggs. A hysterectomy also removes the uterus so you wouldn't be able to carry a baby in pregnancy.
You cannot get pregnant after a complete hysterectomy.
No, you can't get pregnant after a hysterectomy.
Not if uterus removed.
Yes, and even after a total hysterectomy, even though the uterus won't be involved.
how do i freeze my eggs
nope not at all
No. You don't regrow a uterus.
No. No uterus = no pregnancy
If you mean by partial a total hysterectomy (removal of uterus and cervix then no. Removal of the fallopian tubes is a salpingo and ovaries oopherectomy either unilateral or bilateral.
Total hysterectomy normally refer to complete removal of the uterus and sometimes include the ovaries (oophorectomy). Partial hysterectomy normally leave the cervix behind. The cervix in the part of the uterus visible from the vagina and the opening of the uterus to the outside.
Where I had a partial hysterectomy about 8 years ago is it possible for my boyfriend and i to have a baby?
It will depend upon the type of Partial Hysterectomy; sometimes this type of pregnancy is called Ectopic, if your ovaries have been left intact, you can ovulate and the fertilised egg can stay in the Fallopian tubes, this pregnancy is risky and can involve emergency surgeries/deliveries, but again it depends upon what type of Partial Hysterectomy.
I had a partial hysterectomy a year ago. Without insurance it would have cost $14,000 dollars and that was only an overnight stay in the hospital. I was lucky, my insurance paid all but $1200 of it.
In a Partial Hysterectomy the uterus is usually taken & the ovaries are left in the FALSE belief that they will continue to produce estrogen & converting Testosterone. Most Ovaries shrivel & quit producing within a year so leaving them is now considered a bad idea by most forward thinking Drs. Pregnancy would require a functioning uterus, so the answer would have to be NO!
A person who has not had a hysterectomy does a pap smear. What shoud a person who has had a partial hysterectomy do?
If you have a cervix after your partial hysterectomy, you should continue to get pap smears. If you don't have a cervix, but a hysterectomy was done for pap problems, you should continue vaginal paps. Otherwise, pap smears aren't normally needed. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
The removal of an ovary via surgery is called an oopherectomy, an hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus.
Yes unless you have had ovaries removed
Can a woman who has had a partial hysterectomy have her eggs fertilized and carried by another woman?
Yes, a woman who has had a partial hysterectomy can have her eggs fertilized and then carried by another woman. They could do this via IVF and then use surrogacy which is where another woman carried the baby in her uterus.
Is it possible to be pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed and husband had a vasectomy?
Is it possible to fall pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed ?
Yes you will if you still have your ovaries.
No, it is not possible for a woman to get pregnant after having a hysterectomy. Without a uterus there is nowhere for the egg to implant or grow.
Depending on the type of hysterectomy, total,partial,supracervical etc then the space left will be filled naturally with the other organs surrounding the uterus.
No. Hysterectomy involves the removal of the uterus which is where the baby grows.
hysterectomy is removal of womb which is where baby grows. No womb = no baby
Pregnancy After Hysterectomy Hysterectomy means removal of the uterus. A partial hysterectomy would be removal of part of the uterus, or removal of the uterus with the cervix left intact. In common usage many people refer to "partial hysterectomy" when they mean that the uterus is removed but the tubes and ovaries are left intact. As long as the tubes and ovaries remain it is possible to develop a tubal pregnancy after hysterectomy, though it… Read More
If you still have an ovary it could be possible. Talk to your doctor.
Infertile. Some people compare it to castration if the ovaries are removed as well however the bottom line is that you cannot become pregnant.
If you still have your ovaries, you should go through menopause at the normal time for you. With a full hysterectomy, you will experience "surgical menopause."
I had a partial hysterectomy eight years ago and I did not gain any weight. I have always exercised and I take good care of myself. Your stomach may get a little bigger from the surgery, but it should go away after a few month's did not have any problems.
This not possible as hysterectomy is removal of the uterus where the foetus would normally grow.