extraction of eggs after novasure and tubal procedures?
At the age of 26 I had horrible hormonal imbalances. The doctor finally agreed as a last resort to a novasure procedure, because of the dangers of pregnancy after novasure he suggested a tubal which I was fine with me. My husband at the time had already had a vasectomy and we planned on being done. I have had other health problems that made every pregnancy a little harder. I am 31 now and I have 3 beautiful boys and I am married to the love of my life. My husband does not have any children of his own, and we planned on adopting at least 2 more children. We have thrown around the idea of looking into extracting eggs and having a sergeant mother carry our child. Does anyone know if this is possible? I have been reading posts of successful births after tubal reversal, from what I understand that would not be possible for me but having a baby that is biologically ours would of corse be what we would do anything for.
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