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can u have a aby after a hysterectomy if u still have ur overiers

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Asked by Anonymous at 2:55 PM on Jul. 11, 2009 in Pregnancy

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  • Without a uterus, where would the baby go?

    Answer by Marix3 at 2:57 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • No. You may get pregnant, but it would be a tubal pregnancy, which never survive, but you would never have a baby.

    Answer by motherofanaries at 2:57 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • ditto to both PP... with no uterus for the baby to grow in, it is very unlikey that a PG could survive.

    Answer by VeronicaLee at 3:00 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • No uterus, no baby.

    Answer by momofsaee at 3:01 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • people have had babies survive outside of the uterus. the placenta attached to another organ. but, when you have a hysterectomy they either close up the cervix, or (if the cervix was removed also) close up the opening that is left.
    so to answer your question: no. there's no way for the sperm to enter the abdominal cavity to reach the egg.

    Answer by mommytobobby at 3:09 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • If you did get pregnant, that would kind of suck.

    Answer by EmKirk at 3:39 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

  • yes. You can. I have heard of it actually. The placenta can attach itself to your organs or to your abdominal wall. Its not a good thing though. It is very serious and can kill you. And also, I saw someone above me say that tubal pregnancy's "never" survive... that is not true either. It is VERY rare that they do. But it IS possible. I just say a show on TLC about a women who was carrying naturaly conceived triplets. Two were inside the uterus, one was tubal. The tube burst but the baby lived and the umbilical cord attached to her spleen. Mother and all three babies are healthy and happy. VERY LUCKY. But healthy.

    Answer by mrsbvader at 8:25 PM on Jul. 11, 2009

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