Possibility of pregnancy without uterus and cervix
This may sound stupid I know, but is it possible to have an ectopic pregnancy when you have only ovaries and tubes? I am all of a sudden in the past couple of weeks had weight gain, fatigue, my breast are bigger and hurting on a daily basis and there has been some nausea. I had a partial hysterectomy and they removed my cervix and uterus, but left my tubes and ovaries. I don't think this is possible, but the symptoms are familiar to me as being pregnant.
Thanks to everyone who posted a comment back. I did google it and found things I din't even know about such as abdominal pregnancies, that take place in the abdominal cavity. WOW! I really didn't think without the cervix and uterus it could happen, but I guess anything is possible! I'll get a test later and see what it shows....
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