I had a kidney transplant and really want to have a baby I am 34 years never been pregnant I have had one ovary and Fallopian tube remove because of ovarian cyst.My ob/gyn told me that I would need IVF to have a natural pregnancy. I still have a regular menstruation and I have been through so much me and my fiance would like to have a child some day hopefully soon is this the only way I can conceive? Or will I have to get over my dream of getting pregnant by the man I love
I am really sorry to hear about you.First of all PCOD itself causes problems in conception due to hormonal imbalance.Though having one ovary and fallopian tube can also lead to conception if regular ovulation is occuring and hormonal levels are fine.But it would require a detailed examination and investigations to comment.
You can also think of IVF as many woman conceive well these days by this method.
It may take few chances but pregnancy is possible.Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for examination and evaluation.
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