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Egg production after hysterectomy?

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hi i am 31, i have had a histerecmoey 5 years ago due to a plesenta prever grade four with the my 2nd and last pregnacey but my overies are still in, i know i cant carry a baby without a uterous but what i would like to no is am i still making eggs?that could be put in sum1 else with may partner sperm?to make another child for us?if so who do we see about it?

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replied December 1st, 2010
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Hi! Welcome to eHealth forum!

If you want to hire a womb, then first you will need to go for follicular studies to know whether you are making the eggs and whether these eggs are capable of conceiving. This a gynecologist can do for you. However, it would be best to enroll at an infertility center which can also help you hire a womb. Hope this helps. Take care!

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