Many women with vaginal agenesis have problems with fertility, especially if they do not have a fully-developed uterus. However, because their ovaries function properly, their eggs can be harvested. Once fertilized with a partner’s sperm, the resulting embryo can be carried by a surrogate mother.
If a woman has a fully-developed uterus, carrying a child might be possible, but fertility treatments could be necessary.
Some couples affected by vaginal agenesis choose to adopt children.