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pregnancy after Laparotomy, bilateral salpingectomy?

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are you still able to have children after having a Laparotomy, bilateral salpingectomy


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replied May 22nd, 2011
Infertility Answer A23272
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The salpingectomy term is used for removal of fallopian tubes. You can discuss about your pregnancy plans with your gynecologist/obstetrician. If ovaries are intact and functional, and if you are having periodic ovulation, then ovulation can be induce to harvest eggs. These can be fertilized in-vitro with your partner’s sperms and placed back into your uterus (if uterus and cervix are intact). All the best.
Take care.



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