thank you. I had a scare a few years back and went through excess of tests because my period stopped for four months. They checked for pregnancy and they still to this day haven't figured out what happened. The same thing is happening and the symptoms are such as pregnancy. I am hesitant to take a test bc if i am, i know what is expected due to my condition. I kept asking the doctor what exactly i had and all they said is they left a piece of uterus inside and that must be the reason why i still get a light period BUT i can't get pregnant. Which does NOT make sense to me b/c if i am getting a period, i am producing eggs to the extent of being able to produce a baby! Thank you for your time and answer- it sort of is what I was assuming yet the doctor will not tell me anything but "you can't get pregnant" even w/ a part of a uterus still inside along with every other part, including my cervix, eggs, and tubes.View Thread
I question the same thing. I had a partial hysterectomy when I was 21 years old after the birth of my daughter to save my life. I then noticed I was still getting a light period. The doctor told me that I still have a piece of uterus but I cannot get pregnant. How is this when I still produce eggs and have everything except a full uterus?
You hear of tonsils and such growing back, could this occur w/ me since i still do have a piece of uterus and also get my period when it decides to come?View Thread
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