9 symptoms of amenorrhea

absent fallopian tube
For women that have had a hysterectomy, the uterus and ovaries are removed. This may result in an increased risk of miscarriage, or other complications. In addition, if the fallopian tube is damaged, it can’t open as wide as it did before you were pregnant. This results in a smaller egg and more likely to cause problems with fertilization.

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