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Trying To Conceive After Ectopic Pregnancy
I am trying to conceive after an ectopic pregnancy the left tube is blocked what can we do to help the process we really want to have another child?
I am not: ...An obgyn but i believe if the orthodox natural way fails one coud harvest the eggs from after hormonal stimulation, fertilize them in vitro and than re-implant the fertilized eggs / embryos into the uterus. However, i would highly suggest you to discuss the issue with your obgyn! ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Trying to conceive 9mths after suffering ectopic pregnancy, lost right tube still have both ovaries and left tube, what are my chances of conceiving?
Depends!: It depends if the other tube is normal. According to Dr. Amos Grunebaum and others, your chance of another ectopic is higher than if you had not had one. Chance of a normal pregnancy, if other tube healthy is 60-70 percent. See his great discussion: http://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/ngier/ectopicagain.htm ...Read more
Hello, i had ectopic pregnancy on january 2012 and my left tube removed i was trying to concieve and couldn't and through HSG i found out my only right tube is hydrosalpinx I am put on 60 days doxycycline and 60 day asprin, do I have hope on fixing my rig
Not Much: There is no way to fix a hydrosalpinx that is open. A blocked can can sometimes be opened but it usually does not help you achieve a uterine pregnancy. The best therapy is ivf to become pregnant. But there is not really any benefit to operating on a tube that is open already. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We have been married for 18 years and have not had a child. I once had ectopic pregnancy after two years of marriage and have not been conceived after?
Infertility : An infertility evaluation should be done when couples fail to conceive after 12 months of frequent unprotected intercourse. It should also be offered to women over the age of 35. Basic evaluation should include semen analysis, assessing ovulation status by history or labs and a hysterosalpingogram to evaluate Fallopian tubes and whether there is any abnormal anatomy ...Read more
My wife, aged 28, was operated for an ectopic pregnancy 3 years back. After that, she has not been conceiving. We hadan HSG test done which came negetive. Pleasesuggest some treatment.
Negative?: After surgery for ectopic it is typical for one of the fallopian tubes to have been removed so i would be surprised if the hsg was, "negative". If the remaining tube is normal looking then there should still be the possibility of conceiving. You might also consider having your semen evaluated as well. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After my ectopic pregnancy, i loosed my right fallopian tube, so will it effect me every month from conceiving? Do ovaries ovulate alternately ?
Ectopic pregnancy: Ovaries normally ovulates 70% of the time on the same side. Losing a tube due to an ectopic pregnancy will decrease your chances of conception but there is still a high likelihood of conceiving. Ask your physician to determine which side you ovulate the majority of time on and possibly taking Clomid will allow you to ovulate on both sides to improve your chances of conception. There is an approximate 10 to 15% chance of having another topic pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had 2 miscarriages and also an ectopic pregnancy where my left tube was removed, what are the chances of me conceiving?
Well, the first: Thing to consider is whether the other tube is open. Were the miscarriages before or after the ectopic? If after, the chances are still good though it may take a bit longer, you have to ovulate on the same side of the tube which will happen 50% of the time. The miscarriages were likely bad luck and not indicative of a recurrent problem. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With an ectopic pregnancy can my hCG level go from 1 last week to something higher assuming I conceived 8-9 weeks ago?
?: I'm not sure what you mean - but if you conceived 8 to 9 weeks ago - you would have known if you already have an ectopic - as you would be in pain, a LOT of pain by now. ...Read more
I suffered an ectopic pregnancy almost 6 months ago and lost my right tube, what are my chances of conceiving again?
Likely good: Statistically around 70% of women have a spontaneous intrauterine pregnancy following ectopic, but this is a very broad statistic. Your actual chance could vary a lot, especially with how normal or damaged the remaining left tube is. A fertility doctor could help you sort out more specifics, good wishes. ...Read more
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