A member asked:

I had surgery july 24th because they said i had a tube pregnancy from altrasound but i didn't have a tube pregnancy when they went in to do my surgery i had a sist and a baby on my right ovary and they said i would still be able to have babies. and im jus

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Dr. Miguel Cano answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Ovarian Ectopic: Although rarer, an ovarian ectopic is possible and unfortunately still needed to come out.If your ovary was removed, you'll still be able to conceive with ovulation from your remaining ovary. At least one of your tubes must be normal for your doc to reassure you about future pregnancies. The next time you see your doc, ask exactly what was removed & what kind of shape your tubes are in. Take care.

Answered 1/27/2015



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