Pregnancy is always possible if a woman has her uterus, tubes, and functioning ovaries. Even after an ablation.
It is not advisable to become pregnant after an ablation, though. If you are having no bleeding, you likely have little to know endometrium, where the fertilized egg will implant. The danger is that the egg can implant in the muscle of the uterus, and begin to grow there.
If that happens, the situation can be very high risk to both mother and fetus.
Usually, a doctor is very careful to warn women not to get pregnant after an ablation.
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