Hi, when i was 16 i had my left fallopian and either 1/4 or 3/4 of my ovary removed (on the same side), due to a cyst.
I am now 25 been a lovely relationship with my partner for almost 3 years now. We have been trying since last june 2010 and nothing. I know every one says you should wait upto 2 years but am i wasting my time is it even possible with what i have left? This is such a draining subject for me now it really upsets me.
I had blood tests done the 1st day of my period and 21st day after for 3 months, which showed i was not ovulating properly.
About a month ago i started to feel a bit of pain similar to the pain i had with the cysts so my doc has sent me for a scan which is the 13th of Oct, do you think they could tell me more whilst im there maybe they can see something i cant feel.
I dont know what i am expecting to hear from posting this, maybe a miracle i dont know.View Thread
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