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Dermoid cyst removed. Left a strip of ovary on both sides. Trying to conceive. Which is the best time and still can I be pregnant?

hi im debbie just got my dermoid cyst removed dec 13 of 2011. They left a almost stip of ovary on my right and part of left ovary. My husund and i have been trying for the last 2 months now and still no baby. when is the best time? can i still get pregnant? prior to that i got pregnant but become blighted and thats how i discoverd my cyst.please help
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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Since a part of ovarian tissue is left on both sides, chances of conception are present. You need to try during the fertile days- day 9 to day 16 in a regular 28 day cycle. You can also use LH surge kits to detect the time of ovulation with accuracy.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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