I've read several different things on this and am a bit unsure of what to believe. Anyone out there know if I am fertile with just one ovary and one fallopian tube? I lost the rt ovary and tube to a large cyst in July. If not infertile is it harder to get pregnant with just one? Thanks ahead of time for any info?
Hey Momma! To my knowledge, Once an ovary is removed the remaining ovary will do the ovulating giving you a good chance of getting pregnant but I did read an article online that makes sense and might be of help to you!
Also I would suggest you start tracking your BBT's and your CM so you would know if you are actually ovulating and what your ovulation pattern is like! If you have any questions feel free to ask and I'll try to answer if I can! I hope I was able to help and Good Luck!
Thanks Lulu86! That article actually does make sense! Time to start tracking and keeping my fingers crossed!!! Thanks a million, and knowing me I will probably have more questions!!!
You're very welcome! i'm glad that helped out. Feel free to ask as many questions as you want!
Yes, with one ovary and one fallopian tube you CAN get pregnant. The only thing is, you will not ovulate every month. But you will ovulate every other cycle. Normally, the 2 ovaries ovulate alternatingly. If the left ovary ovulates this month, the right ovary ovulates next month.
So a regular woman will ovulate every cycle and you will ovulate every other cycle. So basically, one month you will have an ovulation from the ovary you have and the next month you won't have an ovulation at all. So every other month you will be fertile. I guess you will need an ovulation detector kit to find out exactly when you're ovulating. Once you find out once, then you know you will be fertile every other cycle.
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