After One Egg Has Been Taken, How Can I Possibly Get Pregnant Again?
Good afternoon … I was in my 19th year. You asked me 5 months ago I had appendectomy but I was also positive when I was pregnant, said the doctor was pregnant with uterine pregnancy so appendicitis was at the same time as pregnancy surgery outside the womb … then my egg was taken 1. The doctor said it still how come you get pregnant but maybe sooner or later huh ?? The problem is that you want to have a baby fast
Good afternoon Sela, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before continuing, we need to clarify that there are ovaries and ovaries and there are eggs. The ovary (ovary) is a female reproductive organ of two pieces, each on the left and right which periodically releases the egg to later be fertilized by sperm cells as the initial stage of the process of pregnancy. The egg itself is invisible so we think what you mean is actually the ovary. For more details, see the image below.
Regarding your question, taking one ovary will not necessarily cause the woman to be infertile because there is still the only ovary that can still produce eggs. Of course, logically, it is natural that the chances of getting pregnant are smaller because there were two, only one. But regarding when you can get pregnant, sooner or later, there will be no doctor who can answer that question. There are women who have complete ovaries, good eggs, husband's sperm cells are also good, but never get pregnant. And conversely, no less many couples who are not planning a pregnancy can actually have children only with one sexual intercourse. This is all a matter of possibility and is something that exists beyond the world of medicine.
If you want to have children soon, then what you can do is to make sexual relations more frequent, know the fertile period and eat high nutritious foods to fertilize the womb. However, seeing from your age that is not even 20 years old, for the good of you and your own fetus later, we advise you to postpone the desire to have children for the next few years, which is around 22-23 years because at your present age, generally the uterus still do not have the maturity expected to conceive a child. So, hopefully answering your question.