Do you still have eggs if you have had a partial hysterectomy?
Yes unless you have had ovaries removed
If a female still has an ovary after a partial hysterectomy , then it should be possible to harvest eggs
After a partial hysterectomy the eggs released from the ovaries are absorbed into the blood stream.
how do i freeze my eggs
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.
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.
A a partial (total) hysterectomy only removes the uterus and cervix then you will still be subject to ovarian cysts.
Part 1 Can you still produce eggs after a hysterectomy if you still have your ovaries. Can you then use those eggs for invitro How long after your hysterectomy are your ovaries still producing eggs.?
You will still produce eggs after a hysterectomy until your body goes through menopause. The eggs are still viable the regardless of the hysterectomy.
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.
Can I still donate eggs if I have had a hysterectomy
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.
Yes you will if you still have your ovaries.
I heard that you can if you still have your ovaries
Women do not produce eggs. We are born with all of our eggs. So regardless of any operations on the area, or only having one ovary, you will not produce any eggs, because you never did in the first place.
If the ovaries are removed then there are no chance what so ever.
If it was a full hysterectomy you havent got any eggs. YOu have no ovaries & no eggs either.
If you still have a cervix, you can still get cervical cancer. Women who had a partial hysterectomy but a cervix remaining should continue pap smears.
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."
Your eggs are produced by your ovaries then passed throught the fallopian tubes to the womb for fertilisation. So providing you still have your ovaries then there is no reason these cannot be harvested and frozen however if you have no womb you will not be able to carry a baby.
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.
If you still have an ovary it could be possible. Talk to your doctor.
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.
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.
If you still have your cervix, you will lightly bleed once a month. Google it for more indepth answers.
If you still have ovarie and fllopian tubes then yes as the eggs will still be produced.
If you didn't have your ovaries removed (partial hysterectomy) your body can still go through a monthly cycle. You might still have cravings, bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, etc...but you will no longer be menstruating.
No, well I had a partial hysterectomy and and I still get very lubricated, I heard a lot of women also have trouble having organism, I have not had any trouble. I wonder if a lot of women get bored with there partners, I have been with the same partner for 19 years, but still no trouble getting wet or reaching organism.
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.
It depends on whether or not her uterus and cervix were removed, if so then no she should not menstruate.
can you be artifical inseminaed after a partical hysterectomy
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!
No. You can not.
where do the eggs go If you get a total hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus including the cervix, you can still ovulate because the ovaries and fallopian tubes are still there. The eggs would just be reabsorbed into the body. If an oophorectomy is done, then you will not ovulate because the ovaries have been removed. READ A DIFFERENT ANSWER BY SLIPPERYSLOPE. See the answer to the question: Can you still have cramps years… Read More
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!
Not if uterus removed.
No. hysterectomy only removes uterus. The ovaries produce the ova (eggs) so unless you have a bilateral (both) oopherectomy you will still ovulate.
Unless both ovaries are removed then yes you will still have similar symptoms monthly as the ovaries will still produce eggs. Total hysterectomy is only the removal of uterus and cervix and as there is no womb then menses is not possible
Yes, and even after a total hysterectomy, even though the uterus won't be involved.
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.
If you are still premenopausal the simple answer is your ovaries will still produced eggs however they obviously cannot become viable as you have no uterus for them to fertilise. See a fertily expert to see if they can be gathered.
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.
No, if your ovaries were removed then you can't put them back in. Find out from your doctor if you had a 'partial hysterectomy' which means you still have one ovary left and can still conceive a child. i stillhave ovaries
Are there any physicians who have had patients that have had a partial hysterectomy done and would like to produce more children by donating her own eggs to a surrogate mother and use husbands sperm?
You can donate your eggs to almost any hospital. Want more info just ask me....
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.
I have had a partial hysterectomy and had my tubes tied and now I am pregnant what are the statistics