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03 Apr 2003
Wat gebeur met eiers na etopiese swangerskap (verwydering van buis)
Ek wil graag net weet. My een buis is verwyder na 'n etopiese swangerskap. Wat gebeur nou met daardie eiers wat vrygestel moet word met ovulasie. Gaan hulle dood? Vind ovulasie dan ook nou net "elke twee" keer plaas in my geval waar ek net een buis het met die moontlikheid van swangerskap?
Ovulation usually alternates from each ovary. This will carry on as usual. If you ovulate from the ovary on the side of the removed tube, the egg can sometimes migrate across to the otehr tube, otherwise it just dissolves.
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