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Pregnancy after double mastectomy ?

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Hi Doctor,
I'm a breast cancer going 4years April 19. My husband dont have any kids and i have 2 with my high school sweetheart 24 and 16, i did a dpuble mascetomny, also try the implants and it didnt work for me i had to remove both of them. Now am wearing prostatic breast which he love them. I tie my tubes in 2001 with my last son now 16yrs, my question: Is there any way i can undone my tubes and have a baby even though i dont have my breastes. My now husband always ejaculate inside of me and both of us would love to have a child together also my last baby was c-section at birth i at rest getting a baby now. Concerned.


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replied February 28th, 2018
Sexual Health - Women Answer A63294
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
There are option like reversal of tubal ligation to get back fertility. But there are several confounding factors like type of tie, age since tie, final tube length etc etc those determine the chance. Another point is you are a cancer survivor. Probably you had several chemotherapy which could destroy your ovulation capacity. So, if you are not ovulating properly, there is no use of doing the recanalization operation. First of all, you need to be reassessed about all these factors even with the help of a laparoscopic surgery. So, meet a gynecologist for his opinion and proceed accordingly.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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