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Posted by: mojo | 2010/04/14

wanan have a baby

a friend asked me to forward a question
she is 35 womb was removed 15 years agoand has one working ovary. she just discovered a cyst on her ovary but is recovering from from the operation to remove it. the ovary is giving her necessary hormones to keep her feminine
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she really wanna have children but wants to try the artificial insemination thing with a surrogate. Can a egg be fished out from the ovary that is left???? or is it completely dead?

I know weird but she asked so nicely for help

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Dear Mojo

If the ovary that is left is functioning and this can be assessed by hormonal tests such as FSH, LH and estradiol levels then it is possible to try and achieve a pregnancy. What would be required is medication to stimulate the ovary and if the ovaries are accessible, the oocytes would need to be aspirated. Once aspirated the oocytes can be fertilized with her husband’s sperms. The resultant embryo can then be transferred into a surrogate to carry the pregnancy.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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Posted by: BOYBOY | 2010/04/29

DAMMN THAT IS SOME DEEP STUFF......LET US NW THE OUTCOME OF IT.......

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Posted by: Fertility expert | 2010/04/21

Dear Mojo

If the ovary that is left is functioning and this can be assessed by hormonal tests such as FSH, LH and estradiol levels then it is possible to try and achieve a pregnancy. What would be required is medication to stimulate the ovary and if the ovaries are accessible, the oocytes would need to be aspirated. Once aspirated the oocytes can be fertilized with her husband’s sperms. The resultant embryo can then be transferred into a surrogate to carry the pregnancy.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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