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Menopause is the period in a woman's life (typically between the ages of 45 and 50) when menstruation ceases.
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Hi. Yes, it is possible for you to still get pregnant after a ruptured appendix. Remember after the sperm and egg meets and the fallopian tubes are necessary for the fertilized egg to be transported into your womb to develop a baby. However fallopian tubes can be damaged if you’ve had pelvic inflammation, including inflammation cause by appendicitis (appendix). If the tubes are kinked or blocked by scar tissue, surgery can restore the tubes. It is advisable to visit the nearest clinic if you have trouble conceiving after your appendix burst for a full assessment.
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