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Hello I have problem to getting second time pregnant...I have already one 4 years kid. During my first pregnancy because of cyst doctor removed my right ovary...Can any one guide me or help me to figure out the solution of my problem? I will appreciate a quick repsonse...me and my husbnad is trying since last december.

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replied October 30th, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Pregnancy depends on a number of factors apart from ovaries. These include, maternal and paternal age, healthy eggs and sperms, hormonal levels, uterine cavity changes, endometrial thickness, periodic release of eggs from ovaries etc. Consider getting a complete work-up done for both you and your husband for looking for any underlying cause that might need treatment before you could plan for pregnancy.
Visit your gynecologist/Infertility specialist and proceed with further management.
Take care.



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