Can I get Pregnant with PCOS and 1 Fallopian Tube?

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There are many women out there who have PCOS and one fallopian tube. Whether the fallopian tube has been removed as a result of a medical problem or disorder, there is no reason that a woman will not be able to get pregnant.

Of course, it might be a little harder for a woman with PCOS and only one fallopian tube to get pregnant, but that is no reason that it can’t happen. An average woman with no medical issues at all has about a ten percent chance of conceiving during any given cycle, so you have to consider that a woman with only one fallopian tube will have those chances pretty much cut in half.

it-might-be-a-little-harder-for-a-woman-with-and-only-one-fallopian-tube-to-get -pregnantWomen who have only one fallopian tube might need to seek help from a fertility specialist since if they do get pregnant they will need to be monitored closely. Doctors might also be able to give women with PCOS and only one fallopian tube some sort of fertility medication to help improve their chances of conceiving.

There are many different options out there in regards to women being able to get pregnant with only one fallopian tube and PCOS, you just have to talk with your doctor to determine what you should try.

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Valerie Wisniewski, RN

Ms. Wisniewski has over 15 years experience as a labor and delivery nurse, having also worked previously as a nurse midwife in the Philippines and India. She enjoys empowering women and providing family centered care to women from all cultural and educational backgrounds.

  • Penn Mac

    I will like to thank Dr.Yun Ye for his help with my infertility and share my success baby story.
    I have been diagnosed with PCOS, having irregular periods and the possibility of not ovulating regularly.
    I was 37 and referred to a fertility specialist.
    I’ve been put on clomid and I’ve had 3 miscarriages and then I could not even get pregnant,
    After spending 2 years with a fertility specialist, I have realized it was time to try something else. I asked to be
    referred to another fertility clinic and while waiting for my appointment,
    I decided to give acupunture a try. I was been referred to a Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor, Dr. Yun Ye,
    by someone who was in her early 40s, i got His Traditional Medicine and then got pregnant, it worked like magic,
    I was hesitant to try it at first and I had had Dr. Ye’s contact information for some time before I contacted him.
    After 3 months of herbal treatment (cooking dried herbs and drinking the herbal tea 2x a day), herbal tincture,
    my ultrasound report read “no polycystic ovaries”. I continued with acupuncture and herbal tinctures for a few more months
    and after 2 months of cycle monitoring with Dr. Ye, I got pregnant.
    During my pregnancy I continued to take herbal tinctures that are safe in pregnancy, I felt great.
    I hope to try to get pregnant again soon with the help of Dr. Ye.
    I would like to pass my experience and information to all women who are struggling with infertility,
    with or without PCOS or any other diagnoses, and who are interested in finding out more.
    There is a chance that you can get pregnant naturally.
    All you need to do is bring your body in balance and that is what Traditional Chinese Medicine does,
    Unlike Western medicine, it does not fix one problem and create another in your body,
    it installs balance to the whole body.

    You can contact Dr. Yun via eMail;doctoryechinesemedicine@yahoo.com

    (Search For Dr. Yun Ye on Google)

    • Alexa Rojo

      Hi I just want to tank you for sharing your history. I have been trying to get pregnant since almost 16yrs ago. And I still with no luck your story has inspired me so much that I am willing to go to Ontario to see Dr. Yeah if I need to.. thank you so much once again. Btw I live in Maryland