Yes, FtM hysterectomy surgery can affect fertility. The uterus is where a baby grows when a woman is pregnant, so removing it will mean that you can no longer become pregnant naturally. If you want to have biological children, you will need to consider other options, such as egg or embryo donation, or gestational surrogacy.

In addition to the uterus, your doctor may also remove your fallopian tubes and ovaries during a hysterectomy. This will also affect your fertility, as the fallopian tubes are where eggs travel from the ovaries to the uterus, and the ovaries produce eggs.

If you are considering having a hysterectomy, it is important to talk to your doctor about the potential impact on your fertility. They can help you understand your options and make the best decision for you.

Here are some fertility preservation options that may be available to you:

  • Egg freezing: This involves removing eggs from your ovaries and freezing them for later use. This is a good option if you want to have your own biological children in the future.
  • Embryo freezing: This involves fertilizing an egg with sperm in a lab and then freezing the embryo for later use. This is a good option if you are in a relationship with a male partner and you want to have biological children together.
  • Gestational surrogacy: This involves using another woman’s uterus to carry your pregnancy. This is a good option if you have had your uterus removed or if you have other medical conditions that make it difficult for you to carry a pregnancy.

It is important to note that fertility preservation is not always successful. There is no guarantee that you will be able to have biological children even if you freeze your eggs or embryos. However, it is a good option to consider if you want to have the option of having biological children in the future.