Can a hysterectomy be reversed?

Patient

Q: Is it possible for a woman who has had a vaginal hysterectomy and tubaligation to have a corrective surgery so she can have another child?

Doctor

A:   A hysterectomy is the permanent removal of the Uterus. It is done in cases of suspected cancer or uncontrollable vaginal bleeding.  Once removed, it can not be replaced.
Without a uterus, there would be no chance of concoeving a child.

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