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    KoolMom10 posted:
    I have had a partial hysterectomy in the past due to an ectopic pregnancy. My right fallopian tube was removed in this process. I Am 26 years old and I would like to know how this affects my fertility. I do have periods, however they are not regular and I currently take no birth control. Is this normal, and is there a chance I can still have children.
     
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    cubanitas responded:
    iv'e had 2 tubal pregnancies the first one they had to cut a hole into and the second bursted, now i have been trying still no birth controls and its been 14 years since my last incident never got pregnant again, i'm now in the process of talking to my GYN to see what are my options and hoping there is a chance of becoming pregnant. by the way i'm 40 years old.


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