My daughter is due to have surgery in August to remove her ovaries. Because of her being at risk for Gonadalblastoma, we feel this is the only option. Has anyone had this surgery? We don't know how to feel about it, because as you can imagine, we really want her to become a mom some day if she so chooses. I do understand she has other options, but it is still very difficult.
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