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Cervical cancer. Taken chemotherapy, radiotherapy. Chances of conceiving?

Hello there I had cervical cancer in 2007 at the age of 21. I has 7 cemos and 35 radiotherapys I havnt had a period since and was told I could never had children. Is it possible that I could be pregant I ve been feeling weird for a few weeks and maybe think I could be but doc told me defo not due to radiotherapy serilizing me.
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Hi Stephelis, why don't you check your hormonal levels? serum Estrogen , URINE FSH AND LH level. This will give you the idea whether due to radiotherapy, your ovaries are dysfunctional. If your ovaries are still working, you might become pregnant. Generally, unless we remove uterus, cervical carcinoma treatment with chemo radiation won't cause infertility. Take care.
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