Can I Still Get Pregnant And Give Birth Normally After Removal Of The Ovaries?
Noon..I’m ulfa 26 years old. R ndok I gave birth to my first child in less than 2 years after I had another operation because of an infection in one of the ovaries due to the insertion of iud. The question = medically r nI can I still get pregnant again by give birth normally. r nthank you waiting for the answer.
The factors that influence a woman's side to get pregnant are:
Ovulation. Ovulation is the process of releasing an egg from the ovary. Normally, each woman releases one egg from the ovary every month. Egg cells are different from sperm, which are continuously produced, from the beginning the number of female eggs is fixed and every month they are released so that the older the woman is, the fewer eggs will be. Ovulation disorders certainly greatly affect a woman's chances of getting pregnant. Patent tubes, fallopian tubes are channels that play a role in the transport of eggs to the uterus. Fertilization by sperm is also common in this place. If there is a blockage in the tube, for example due to scar tissue, genetic disorders, tumors, etc., then pregnancy will be difficult. Disorders of the uterus, such as uterine deformities, uterine wall abnormalities that make it difficult for the result of fertilization to stick, and so on. If surgery removes one ovary, then you still have another ovary. As long as the other ovary is healthy, the fallopian tube on the side of the ovary is normal, then pregnancy is something that is possible. A vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) can be done, depending on the condition of the pregnancy. The risk is indeed greater for mothers who have had a cesarean section. Usually the minimum pregnancy interval is 19-24 months after surgery and it is not recommended if the estimated baby weight is large, a history of preeclampsia, the mother's age is over 35 years, the mother is obese.
If you want to consult more about this, you can visit a gynecologist. The doctor may perform several investigations such as ultrasound, hysterosalpingography, etc. if needed. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.