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What Are The Pregnancy Options For A Leukemia Patient With Amenorrhea?

I was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2002 did four rounds of chemo and it went into remission in December of that year. I relapsed the following year 2003 on new years eve I was pregnant then and ended up having a miscarriage I went through four more rounds of chemo and radiation and later had a bone marrow transplant. i was my own donor. I have been in remission for 5 1/2 years now. I am wanting to get pregant now but stopped having my period in 2004 right after I miscarried. I want to know what my options are to get pregnant.
Thu, 4 Feb 2016
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Dear Madme,
I do not know your age .unless you achieve normal menstruation getting pregnant is remote possiblity. Ovulation is important which occurs only after menstruation. In Post menopausal condition also chances of getting pregnant are remote. to resume menstruation you can try hormones with the consultation of the gynaecologist.
Dr. J. Ticku
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What Are The Pregnancy Options For A Leukemia Patient With Amenorrhea?

Dear Madme, I do not know your age .unless you achieve normal menstruation getting pregnant is remote possiblity. Ovulation is important which occurs only after menstruation. In Post menopausal condition also chances of getting pregnant are remote. to resume menstruation you can try hormones with the consultation of the gynaecologist. Dr. J. Ticku