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I went through laproscopy salpingostomy surgery for ectopic pregnancy on 5th of august. my fallopian tube was retained since it was unruptured. when c

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Dr. John Berryman answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

With an ectopic pregnancy removed by laparoscopic surgery, without removal of the tube in which the ectopic was located, prior to consideration of pregnancy, a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) should be performed to make sure both tubes are open. This should not be performed sooner than 6-8 weeks after the surgery. Use birth control and your physician's recommendation for timing.

Answered Sep 9, 2019



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