I am not her 30 yr. old friend, however I am 30, and I had one healthy full term pregnancy, vaginal delivery. I then had a C-section 2 years later, and it was preterm, and my son came out feet first. Great news is he was a perfectly healthy baby. After that 2nd child I had my tubes tied when the baby was 3months old because I had to wait to be 21 to have the procedure. Florida law. I am now married and can afford the surgery and am ready. However, I have a fear that I may waste our money because in 2010 I had a cyst rupture and my stomach retained all the blood and the Doctor ended up preforming emergency surgery and my left ovary was removed. Other than that, I haven't had any other surgeries. I really really want a child, so bad, but is it probable for me to conceive even if I have the clamps removed being that I only have one ovary? View Thread
I am not her 30 yr old friend, however I am 30, I had one helthy full term pregnancy, vaginal delivery, one c-section preterm breach, but perfectly healthy baby. After that I had my tubes tied when the second child was 3months old because I had to wqait to be 21 to have the procedure. I am now married and can afford the surgery and am ready. However, I have a fear that I may waste our money because in 2010 I had a cyst rupture and my stomach retained all the blood and ended up having emer surgery and my left ovary was removed. Other than that no other problems, I want a child so bad but is it probable for me to conveive with only one ovary?View Thread
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