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The chances of pregnancy depend on many factors. In your case, it would depend on hormonal status, number and size of uterine myomas or fibroids and their location. Submucosal and pedunculated fibroids are known to interfere with your pregnancy plans since they occupy the uterine cavity. Subserosal and intramural fibroids usually do not interfere with pregnancy, though they can interfere with labor and progression of labor. Discuss your pregnancy plans with your treating gynecologist/obstetrician and proceed with further management as instructed. All the best.
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