Is It Possible In The Fallopian Tubes That The Remaining One Can Conceive Twins?
Hello. Night, I want to ask. I haven’t had this surgery for a long time because of a cyst infection in the right fallopian tube, but I want to ask if I can get pregnant if there is only one fallopian tube? I have twin offspring. And if I am pregnant with twins, can I get twins with a fallopian tube with one ovary? Thank you very much
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First of all, I want to confirm first, is it only your fallopian tube that is removed or is your ovary also removed?
Fallopian tubes are channels that connect the ovaries and uterus. This fallopian tube is the place where the egg which is released from the ovary meets the sperm. Basically you can still get pregnant even if you only have 1 fallopian tube or 1 ovary.
Twin pregnancy can still occur with the condition that you only have 1 fallopian tube or 1 ovary. There are two types of pregnancy twins, identical twins or monozygotic twins and fraternal twins or non-identical twins or dizygotic twins. In identical twins, there is only 1 egg fertilized by 1 sperm, but the results of this conception split into 2 different fetuses. In fraternal twins, there are 2 eggs fertilized by 2 sperm so that from the beginning there were already 2 fetuses.
Identical twins can still occur even if you only have 1 fallopian tube or 1 ovary because this process does not involve the production of your eggs. Fraternal twins can also occur even though they are less likely because your ovaries have to release 2 eggs at the same time (this possibility is rare unless you use drugs to stimulate ovulation). The fetus (both single and twin) will develop in the uterus, so that the number of your ovaries or number of fallopian tubes does not affect the pregnancy that has occurred and the fetus that has formed.
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