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What are the chances of getting pregnant after having a laparotomy?

Im 29 years old and just wanted to know What are the chances of getting pregnant after having a laparotomy ... I had the surgery on March 2010 when I was 3 months pregnant! My son is now 2 and my husband and I have been trying for the past 6 months but no luck yet. I m scared to think that I won t be able to conceive anymore
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
To answer your query, we will need details of operation. What was exactly done and what structures were removed. If i presume it was done for ovarian cyst/tumour which is a common cause of laparotomy at this time of pregnancy. In this case also even if one ovary or its part is retained during operation, then chances of pregnancy is there. Go through the operation notes.
Best of luck.
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Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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