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Pregnancy after a Hysterectomy?

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I had a hystrectomy 4 yrs ago partial still have my overies,i get bad pain in my lower abdomen,my stomach gets hard and big like a pregnancy,I also still have milk produceing from my breast,and they get a stinging feeling from time to time.All this happens every two weeks or so.I really would love to be able to have another baby since the hysterectomy was not by choice and I am with someone who we would love to have a child what are the chance or opportunitys i have of become pregnant or what can i do if i have any options please reply asap amy.


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replied August 4th, 2006
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You can not become pregnant without the uterus and ovarian tubes. You can request an abdominal ultrasound, standard blood work, and hormonal analyses (prolactin) to identify what is happening in your abdomen and why your breasts are producing milk.
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