No because a hysterectomy is the process of removing the uterus. The baby would have nowhere to live or grow inside of you. Since the cervix is sealed off when the uterus is removed, there is no passage for sperm and eggs to meet. Pregnancy requires the womb, ovaries and fallopian tubes to be present. The ovaries produce the eggs. If these have been removed during a total hysterectomy, pregnancy would be impossible.
If you had a TOTAL hysterectomy, where they removed your ovaries, you will not be producing eggs, so there is nothing for the sperm to fertilize, thus you cannot get pregnant. However, if you had a partial hysterectomy (they just removed your uterus and left at least one ovary), you can still produce eggs. If the cervix tears open, then the eggs could be fertilized, and may attach to either a fallopian tube, or even the wall of the abdomen. However, this is not a viable pregnancy that could be carried to term, and most women would not even realize this occurred, since in most cases, it would dislodge and remove itself from the body. However, in some rare cases, medical intervention may be needed to remove the tubal pregnancy if it does not do so on its own and grows too large, as this is a threat to the mothers life. There is no way a baby can be carried to term after the uterus is removed.
You cannot get pregnant after a complete hysterectomy.
No, you can't get pregnant after a hysterectomy.
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.
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!
Is it possible to fall pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed ?
hysterectomy is removal of womb which is where baby grows. No womb = no baby
No. Hysterectomy involves the removal of the uterus which is where the baby grows.
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.
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.
This not possible as hysterectomy is removal of the uterus where the foetus would normally grow.
I heard that you can if you still have your ovaries
No uterus = no pregnacy
No.As the uterus is removed in a hysterectomy there is nowhere for the baby to be carried to term.
As the womb is where the baby grows and you won't have one then NO
No. No uterus = nowhere for baby to grow
If you had a hysterectomy or had radiation/chemo therapy, no.
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.
No. There is no uterus and therefore no where for the baby to grow.