I have just had one of my tubes removed due to an ectopic pregnancy - if I have another one and the other tube is removed - can I still have a baby via IVF?

Yes, IVF does not require you to have fallopian tubes as the eggs (oocytes) are taken directly from the ovaries and the fertilized eggs (embryos) are transferred back into your womb through your cervix. This by-passes the tubes completely.
Tuesday, 23 July, 2019 Add To Favorites | Make Us Your Start Page
Search 

Login  

Username: 
  Password: 
 

Forgotten
Password?

  Site Menu

  Our Sponsors





 
Home | Ask A Question | Search | Register | Glossary | About Us | Contact Us
© 2006 Pregnancy Questions & Answers