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Suffered from TB in small intestine in the past. Is it possible to conceive in future?

hello!! i m of age 23 and my height is 5 4 and my weigh is 40kg.. i want to tell u that at the age of 21 i had suffered from TB got glands in small intestine and had got water in lower abdomen ,but i gone through my doct,and had cured from that disease at the correct time and now i m healthy..i want to know that i m getting married so could i be able to conceive after curing from disease?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Yes you can concieve even though you suffered from intestinal TB and now that it is cured there should not be a problem. There might be difficulty in concieving because of the altered anatomy due to fibrosis and adhesions caused by TB in the abdomen,so might need help in concieving in the form of follicular study so that you can know when exactly you ovulate so that you can time your relationship,otherwise there should not be much of a problem.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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