I just got removed my 23 fibroids last September 22'12. does anybody know, how soon i can get pregnant after that, since I haven't got my period afterwards. I also got Zoladex injection right after the surgery. thank you
Fibroids usually do not interfere with pregnancy and conception. Sometimes fibroids can distort or block your fallopian tubes, and interfere with the passage of sperm from your cervix to your fallopian tubes. Sub mucosal fibroids can prevent implantation and growth of an embryo. What type of fibroids do you have? Discuss the details with your doctor. If you have been trying to conceive since a long time without any success you should be consulting an infertility expert. If fibroids would have been the cause of infertility then you should conceive anytime. Best of luck and kind regards!
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