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This is mainly a hypothetical question, but if anyone knows some information it would be cool to hear.
So I have gone through all my treatment and have been told i can't get pregnant myself. BUT, I was wondering, would i still be able to get artificially inseminated with a fertilized egg of my own?
I do think probably the stenosis of the uterus or some such, as well as pelvic weakness, might be reasons for exclusion but I can't find any info online.
I have read that some women who have naturally gone into menopause can get pregnant through IVF, but maybe there is some other factors to consider in this case.
October 2019 - smear test
November 2019 - results back; hpv with severe dyskaryosis, colposcopy organised.
November 2019 - colposcopy, biopsied - confirmed abnormal cells
December 2019 - lletz done
Jan 2020 - confirmed cancer
Feb - confirmed stage 2b CC (updated info, staging changed to stage 3 invlving lymph nodes)
Treatment start March - 28 external radio/5 chemo/4 brachy
April 25th - finished brachy
July 2020 - MRI
Aug - confirmed cancer in lymph node
Sept 2020 - lymphadenectomy (unsuccessful)
Nov 2020 - PET scan - confirmed metastatic cancer -cyberknife denied - chemo only option