Is there a chance to being pregnant w/ 1 ovarie?

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  • #8797
    AvatarAnonymous

    About a year ago i had two tumors one on each of my ovaries and i had to have one removed so now i have one ovarie. I would like to know the chances of being pregnant, because i might be, i have had many symptoms of pregnancy for about two-three weeks, i am taking a test 4 days before i expect my period, but even if i am not i still would like to know what my chances are, i just graduated hugh school and am about to turn 18… 🙁 please help me to be informed….

    #8806
    AvatarJBurks7819

    i really do not know how to answer that question. I figure if you still have a uterus and an ovaries than yeah, when was your laste period

    #8815
    AvatarAnonymous

    as far as i know, as long as you have one egg-producing and releasing ovary you can still get pregnant, just as long as that ovary releases an egg that month. [in a female with two ovaries one of the ovaries releases an egg or several eggs in a given month. so it’s not necessarily going to be the same ovary releasing eggs each month.]

    i’d definitely recommend taking a test, but wait about a week after your period is supposed to start so you can receive more accurate results. 🙂

    #8834
    AvatarAnonymous

    as long as you still have a functioning ovary theres a chance. people with 2 ovaries only ovulate from one side each month anyway so…

    #8840
    AvatarAnonymous

    I have wondered the same thing quite a bit. I had a 3inch cyst removed in 2001. It had also killed the cells in about half the overie so they removed the dead half. I am left with 1 1/2 overies. I asked the doc and he said that I shouldn’t have alot of problem getting pregnant as long as the other overie takes over some of the work load. it does the same thing as say your missing half a lung the other half takes over the work load it takes time for it to do it but normally it works out fine. My best advice to you is that you take the test. I hope everything will work out for the best. Good luck.

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