Is it possible for me to conceive naturally with only a piece of one fallopian tube left?

That is a hard question for

That is a hard question for me to answer because I don't know what your fallopian tube looks like. In most cases, women with only one fallopian tube can absolutely conceive. If your only fallopian tube is damaged, then the best way to tell if it's posible to get pregnant with the equipment you've got. It may require some testing, but getting the answers from a physician who can look at your specific fallopian tube will give you the best answer.


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