|i looked in my hysterectomy booklet and this is what it says for a partial. It says you can not get pregnant but your ovaries continue to produce estrogen and release eggs but these are absorbed by your body. This is from the information booklet I got from my doctor. I hope it helps.|
i had a partial hysterectomy in 1994 in san diego, ca. Right now I am currently having symptoms of being 5 months or more pregnant. The middle of my stomach is hard, I am pouchy, and feel a type of kicking/thumping too but all test have come back neg. I had an ultrasound done last week and the results were weak...The coundnt find one of my overies, my spline is shifted to the right a bit and the have no clue what the movement could be!
So if you have any info since please pass it on to my because I am confused and getting very scared :shock:
|i'm sorry, but I couldn't believe what I was reading! If you've had a hysterectomy, partial or not, you're sterile. There is no way you can get pregnant - there is no uterus. There is no way any sperm can get to an egg, assuming you still have your ovaries (any eggs would just be absorbed back into the body). When the doctor removes your uterus, they create (and completely seal) a vaginal cuff closing off the vagina. There's no place for sperm to go once inside the vagina... Sperm and egg will never connect.|