I was born without a cervix, tests show all other reproductive organs are fine, except for uterus is small. Is there any surgeries that could "construct" a cervix so I could become pregnant? Also, since I don't have a cervix, I have never had a menstrual cycle. Any information would help.
The inside of your uterus must not contain a lining, or you would have had problems, severe problems, long before this. For if your uterus had a lining, it would be sloughed off each month, and without a passage such as the cervix, you would be in excrutiating pain with the build up of the sloughed lining.
I suspect you kely have only a rudimentary uterus that is not functional. The best person to pose these questions to would be a specialist in infertility or other reproductive specialist.
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