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It would not be possible for you to become pregnant without the presence of fallopian tubes. The function of the fallopian tube is to provide a meeting place for the egg & spermatozoa, fusion of them will lead to an embryo formation which is actually the future baby. Apart from providing the environment for fusion it also provides the nutrition for the embryo & helps the gametes & embryo to glide along to reach the destination. The embryo starts to develop in the fallopian tube and passes into the uterine cavity later. If there is a partial obstruction still extra-uterine pregnancy chances are there. But when the tubes itself are absent the chances of a pregnancy are almost remote.
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