I have been told that I only have one ovary (the other one is missing completely) and have read that the the ovary ovulates alternately. Does this mean that I only have the opportunity to conceive every other month ?

No, the ovaries don't exactly alternate ovulation so if you only have one ovary, it is likely that the remaining ovary will lead to an ovulation every month.
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