I have gone through your query and understand your concern.
If one ovary is removed, a woman may continue to menstruate and have children. If both ovaries are removed, a procedure called a bilateral oophorectomy
stops and a woman loses the ability to have children.
If both of your ovaries are removed (bilateral oophorectomy), but your uterus
remains, you may be able to become pregnant using assisted reproductive technology.
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