Oophorectomy

Oophorectomy

Postby Larissa on 27 Oct 2015, 23:02

Hello everyone! I've got an oophorectomy. My ovary was removed surgically. It was because of ovarian cysts. I hadn't children, but now I want to have a baby a lot. I need to know what can I do except adoption. I understand, that some people except that, but I don't. I really want to fill myself pregnant. Maybe somebody had the same problem and had successful treatment?
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Re: Oophorectomy

Postby Lettue on 27 Oct 2015, 23:07

Hi! I understand your worries. It is hard to think that you could never have children. I had hysterectomy. My uterus was removed. After surgery I was totally broke. But I found a way. I addressed to clinic whivh specialises in reproductive medicine. They know everything about different ways of fertility treatment. You can also think about it. I'm talking about egg donation
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Re: Oophorectomy

Postby NasTy on 27 Oct 2015, 23:32

Hi! I had abdominal laparoscopy. But, frankly speaking, even after this awful surgical procedure, I didn't give up. I've never thought that I won't have kids. When I was ready, I started looking for professionals who will help for me. And I found BioTexCom. I said thanks for them many times. And they totally deserve it. With the help of donor's eggs I got a chance to become a mother)))
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Re: Oophorectomy

Postby FinlyS on 27 Oct 2015, 23:44

I also had oophorectomy after my cancer. To reduce the chances of developing ovarian cancer, one of my ovaries was removed. After that I had long and tiresome treatment. At that time I didn't think that I could take care of myself. Fortunately, everything left behind and now I addressed to BioTexCom, because I want to use one of their services. I see that someone has already written about egg donation. But now I'm in the middle of this process. For now everything is going great. And I hope it will be the same way.
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Re: Oophorectomy

Postby Grace on 29 Jun 2017, 16:57

ladies I feel for you. I hope you've continued your journey with a positive result.
A friend of mine couldn't get pregnant because her ovaries have been removed due to the complicating disease. Anyway, she didn't give up and applied for an egg donation. Thanks God, she became pregnant and now she is a mother of 2 girls. Could you believe, she became pregnant. ?
So, don't give up before the time. One day you'll be happy for sure
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