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Egg production after hysterectomy ?

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I had a full historectomy 10 years ago, leaving only my ovaries. I am married and would like to have a baby with my husband. Is it remotely possible my eggs are still being produced and are able to be used to have a baby?
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replied October 29th, 2009
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If you still have your ovaries, chances are they are still producing eggs...They would be able to remove them and mix with your husband's sperm...This could then be injected into a surrogate Mother to nurture the child in her uterus...Good luck...

Caroline
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