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Can U Still Pregnant After Ectopic Pregnancy
Yes: Its great that you have a built-in back-up system! If the fallopian tube on one side isn't working right, your body can use the other side and you can still get pregnant. If you do get pregnant, see your gyn right away because you will want to make sure it isn't another ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Hormonal effect: I would tend to see this as a completely different problem that the ectopic pregnancy itself, and should be the least of your worries. If you have been identified as having an ectopic, you should be receiving treatment now. Once the ectopic has been addressed, if the leukorrhea does not resolve, then this needs further evaluation as well. ...Read more
After a five day cycle why would I still be spotting. I had an ectopic pregnancy in may 2013 could I be pregnant?
What does it mean for an ectopic pregnancy to have non viable embryonic tissue? Is there still a pregnancy or what?
Real Pregnancy: An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy outside the uterus. It is usually in the fallopian tube but can also be in other places. Ectopic pregnancies are real pregnancies but they won't survive outside the uterus. That is what nonviable means. Since the pregnancy can't survive, treatment is focused on preventing problems for mom. The ectopic pregnancy can be removed surgically or with medication. ...Read more
Ultrasound: Iud may shift in the uterus causing pain. An ultrasound will locate the iud and together with a blood pregnancy test make the diagnosis. ...Read more
Yes…: But these are 2 different questions. If there is a true gestational sac in the uterus, there can still be a chance of miscarriage. This risk drops dramatically to less than 5% when an embryo with a heartbeat is seen. It is also possible to have an ectopic pregnancy with a gestational sac in the uterus but this is rare, about 1 in 30, 000 naturally conceived pregnancies. ...Read more
Common in pregnancy: An increased discharge in pregnancy is common and is a hormonal effect. This is certainly possible in an ectopic pregnancy as well. If there is an abnormal discharge in a pregnant woman, though, it should be addressed with her ob/gyn as it also might represent a vaginal infection. ...Read more
If your hCG beta levels are doubling an an early pregnancy, do you still have a chance of having an ectopic pregnancy?
I jst recently had an ectopic pregnancy and I've been told that I have clymadia. If treated, do I still have a chance of getting pregnant?
Ask the doc treating: You, the chly can damage the tubes so you have an increased risk of getting another ectopic, u need the chly treated asap and then you need a test of cure to make sure it is gone and testing for other stds to make sure u have nothing else, and then in the future before trying for a preg you may need a laparoscopy with dye and antibiotics to assess your tubes. ...Read more
Rare: It is possible but extremely rare.Get a more detailed answer ›
Had my methotrexate injection 7 weeks ago for an ectopic pregnancy (about 3 weeks along). Still getting pos. Home pregnancy tests. What's going on?
Should be tracked: After Methotrexate it is important that your BHCG levels be tracked all the way down to zero. Usually this is done weekly. This is done to make sure that Methotrexate worked to treat the ectopic pregnancy. Also since it has been 7 weeks are you sure that this is not a new pregnancy? It is possible that you are pregnant again. See an Obgyn for a BHCG blood test. ...Read more
Can an ectopic pregnancy occur if implanan is still in my arm? How would I really know if I'm having a ectopic pregnancy? Will the baby make it ok?
Ectopic pregnancy but in a C-section scar, was told baby implanted in to C-section scar is it possable to still carry to term?
Unlikely: Unfortunately the odds are against a good outcome in pregnancies that are outside the uterine cavity. The fallopian tube can only expand so far before rupture so that eliminates the possibility of tubal pregnancies making it to viability. Rarely abdominal pregnancies can result in a liveborn baby but the risks to mother and baby are very great. Sorry to hear about your situation. ...Read more
If u have no pregnancy symtoms like tenderness on ur breast or sickness in morning as a regular time evening or morning or if u don't have any period missed still can have ectopic pregnancy I took levonelle 3 times in 3 months one after another one so is
First step: Before worrying about an ectopic you need to see if you are pregnant or not by checking a home pregnancy test. An ectopic pregnancy will still cause a positive home test. If the test is positive then schedule a visit with an Obgyn to verify that there is a normal pregnancy found. If the test is negative then you are not pregnant ...Read more
Is it possible to still get pregnant if ur right fallopian tubes is clipped and the left tube is scared due from two ectopic pregnancy?
Can an ectopic pregnancy still be possible if I only have my ovaries and tubes? I look like im 3-4 months pregnant and I feel like it too
Are you pregnant?: Do you mean you have no uterus and no cervix? It would be nearly - nearly - impossible to be pregnant then. Before worrying about ectopic: are you even sure you're pregnant? Did you do a test? ...Read more
Sometimes: It can happen but i'd check with your OB doctor. ...Read more
Can I still get pregnant if my right fallopian tube is clipped and my left tube is scared from two ectopic pregnancy?
If your hCG are slowly going down, could this still mean ectopic pregnancy? Will my tube burst? I have already lost one tube.
Ectopic Pregnancy: Hcg drop needs to be watched. The level could drop slowly for various reasons. The level it started at is also important. Call your doctor with any pain. ...Read more
I had an ectopic pregnancy two weeks back and my right tube was removed. Am still feeling pain on the side and when can I start having sex?
Need a postop visit: It is not uncommon to still have pain a couple of weeks after surgery. As far as sex, you need to talk to your doctor. It depends on a variety of things, including what type of surgery you had (open or minimally invasive) and how much activity you were advised to do. ...Read more
I have had an partial saplinectomy on my left and right fallopian tube due to to separate ectopic pregnancy. Can I still get pregnant naturally?
Unlikely: Consult doctor for workup and evaluation of tubes ...Read more
I had one of my fallopian tubes removed due to ectopic pregnancy can I still conceive? I heard one tube will swing is this true?
If you have one normal tube your fertility rate will be equal to having two tubes.
But you clearly had one abnormal fallopian tube, causing your tubal pregnancy, so there is a chance your remaining tube is abnormal as well.
Notwithstanding, ivf can always get you a baby if you cannot achieve spontaneous pregnancy. ...Read more
Had surgery for ectopic pregnancy now I only have my right tube doctor said I should be okay but can you still get pregnant with only tube worried?
You can still: You "can still get pregnant with only one tube " but you need to keep in mind that your fertility/fecundability is statistically reduced and if/when you do get pregnant your risk of having another ectopic pregnancy is increased. You will have to be cautious and consult a specialist in reproductive Endocrinology-Infertility as soon as you get pregnant again to "confirm viability and location". ...Read more
I had laparotomy with salpingectomy done in July 2015 due to ectopic pregnancy. Right tube was removed. I'm still experiencing a dull pain on right s?
Several possibilitie: Keep a diary of the quality of the pain and frequency and time the pain happens in relation to your menstruation. It may not be related to the salpingectomy at all. Ovarian cysts, ovulation, adhesions, and infections (including appendicitis) are just a few causes of pelvic pain. If pain becomes severe, vomiting or fever develops, go to the emergency room immediately. ...Read more
Had an ectopic pregnancy 2yrs ago, left tube removed and left ovary still in place, almost died. What are my chances of another pregnancy. Had twins?
65% over 18 months: About 65% over 18 months and 85% at two years. Since you are so young those numbers are probably even better. (higher). ...Read more