Yes, pregnancy is not impossible in women with Asherman's syndrome. However, the presence of uterine adhesions and reduced space in the uterus compromise embryo development to a large extent. The risk of miscarriage is high.
Moreover, getting pregnant with Asherman's syndrome or even after treating the disease has an elevated risks for developing complications of the placenta (placenta previa or placenta accreta), or cervical insufficiency.
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