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I lost both fallopian tubes a long time ago to tubal pregnancies. I once had a doctor tell me I could possibly get pregnant without them naturally but the odds were slim to none. Is that true. Based on my knowledge it would be humanly impossible without IVF? True or False. Thank You

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From what I understand, it has happened, which is why doctors say that. But it's very unlikely. My doctor actually made me take a pregnancy test, despite the fact that I am missing both. He was concerned if the test had come back positive I would have been fertilized outside of the utero. There is always the possibility of the egg making it inside the uterus since there is most likely still a hole just not tubes. But like he said, the chances are slim to none.
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