• dashy posted an update in the group Group logo of Trying To ConceiveTrying To Conceive 2 years, 3 months ago

    hello!! i have a question and want answer .Can abortion cause infertility in the future?Can I get pregnant without Fallopian tubes?Can Mirena cause infertility after removal?:(

    • There is no evidence that surgical or medical abortion can cause infertility in females. As long as it is done in a safe setting by a qualified practitioner, abortion should not change a woman’s ability to get pregnant again in the future. However, undergoing multiple procedures might have a lasting effect on the reproductive organs Yes, a woman with no Fallopian tubes can get pregnant by way of IVF (in vitro fertilization). Having no tubes does not translate into not ovulating (i.e. not releasing eggs) unless there is another problem affecting it.
      For IVF, her oocytes are collected directly from the ovary through a procedure called ovum pick-up of follicle puncture, and then fertilized at the lab. The resulting embryo or embryos are transferred back to her uterus, so that pregnancy takes place. In principle, there is no association between Mirena being removed and female infertility. Many women have reported becoming pregnant almost immediately after the removal of Mirena.
      In fact, the recovery rate for fertility levels seems to be higher than with other contraceptives such as Depo-Provera. On the other hand, it is true that it might increase the chances of miscarriage. To sum up, the answer is no, it does not cause infertility, but the chances for complications to appear are higher.