Can I still donate eggs if I have had a hysterectomy
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.
If you have no history of birth defects in your family, such as Down Syndrome, and your eggs are free of inflictions, then yes, most likely.
if you had a hysterectomy and you can donate sperm, I think there are some people that would like to talk to you..... ---- Yes, so long as you have your ovaries and an intact pituitary gland and hypothalamus, you still have functioning ova, so you theoretically could use those for in vitro fertilization for a surrogate mother, if that was your choice.I'm assuming you mean a male partner will donate the semen.
You will still produce eggs after a hysterectomy until your body goes through menopause. The eggs are still viable the regardless of the hysterectomy.
After a partial hysterectomy the eggs released from the ovaries are absorbed into the blood stream.
If it was a full hysterectomy you havent got any eggs. YOu have no ovaries & no eggs either.
If a female still has an ovary after a partial hysterectomy , then it should be possible to harvest eggs
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You can donate your eggs to almost any hospital. Want more info just ask me....
Yes by having a hysterectomy
yes if she has eggs taken out before she has a hysterectomy
Hi, Yes they can, I donated eggs to my sister and she is now blessed with twins. So you sure can donate eggs if your tubes are tied and burnt.
Yes unless you have had ovaries removed
Once the uterus is removed after a hysterectomy then you will not menstruate as this the clearing out of unfertilised eggs each month. If you have retained your ovaries then you may well still get menopausal symptoms as the eggs will still be produced.
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Hysterectomy is removal of your uterus. Ooectomy is removal of your ovaries. If your ovaries were left when they did the hysterectomy (quite common these days), yes, you can still produce fertile eggs, no problem. If your uterus is gone, though, there's nowhere for the eggs to go. If you still have fallopian tubes, you'd still be at risk for ectopic pregnancy.
Total hysterectomy (removal of uterus and cervix) does not remove the ovaries or fallopian tubes and therefore these will still produce eggs and menses.
almost certainly not. a full Hysterectomy takes the ovaries. No egg crate no egg!
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.
I think that you should
Yes because when you donate eggs you still have some within you. There are thousands of eggs in your body.
No. hysterectomy only removes uterus. The ovaries produce the ova (eggs) so unless you have a bilateral (both) oopherectomy you will still ovulate.
If you still have ovarie and fllopian tubes then yes as the eggs will still be produced.
No. Menstruation is the clearing of the uterus (womb) if there are no fertilised eggs. As you will not have a uterus there should be no menses.
If the ovaries are removed then there are no chance what so ever.