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… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
As a total hysterectomy is removal of the uterus and cervix only your ovaries will still produce the eggs and you will go into menopause when your ovaries start failing (average age 51.7 yrs) If you have the ovaries removed… Full Answer
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.
depends on how they did it. Did they remove your ovaries? If not your ovaries will produce more eggs. They can not remove all of them unless they remove your ovaries. Then you will no longer produce eggs.
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… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
Providing she still has functioning ovaries that are producing ova then technically these can be harvested and inseminated into a surrogate. If the woman has had bilateral oopherectomy or is post menopausal then no.
Yes to ovulation, since unless you remove both ovaries (bilateral oopherectomy), they will still produce the ova (eggs) but as there is nowhere for them to attach to, as the womb is removed and therefore will not be washed away… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
Not entirely unless you have your ovaries removed. Hysterectomy is only the removal of the uterus so the body will still produce ova which will be absorbed and there will be no menses after a hysterectomy.
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… Full Answer
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.