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Can I conceive if only one ovary is functioning?

Q: What are the chances of conceiving with only one ovary functioning? Will I be able to have a child? My tubes, etc. are all fine.

A:Yes, you can conceive. The chance may be 60-70%. If after trying for 3-6 months you fail to do so, you can get ovarian function tests done - oestrogen, FSH and LH levels and take appropriate treatment as advised by an infertility specialist.

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