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What is the percentage to have a baby if I already gave a ectopic pregnacy?

What is the percentage to have a baby if I already gave a ectopic pregnacy?

About 60%: If you had one tubal pregnancy, your chances of having a totally normal pregnancy next time without doing anything special is about 60%. Sometimes both tubes are injured and that is why it isn't 100%. However, treatment from a specialist can increase those chances. ...Read more

Dr. James Lin
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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


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I had an ectopic pregnancy about 3 years ago then had to remove a tube and my right ovary me and my boyfriend been trying to have a baby?

I had an ectopic pregnancy about 3 years ago then had to remove a tube and my right ovary me and my boyfriend been trying to have a baby?

Your question is ???: If you are wondering if you can conceive, it is hard to say. Ectopic's often occur because of a scarring within the tube that prevents the egg from moving normally to the uterus. If your other tube is normal, pregnancy should be possible. If scarred, maybe not. Talk with your OB about some testing &or other alternatives to achieve pregnancy. ...Read more

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What percentage of women who have an IUD will get an ectopic pregnancy?

What percentage of women who have an IUD will get an ectopic pregnancy?

Less than 1%.: Using an intra-uterine devices (iud) is a very effective method of contraception - about as effective as surgery to have your "tubes tied." the rate of ectopic pregnancy, a pregnancy outside the normal location in the uterus, occurs in less than 1% of IUD users. This is a lower rate than ectopic pregnancies in women who do not use an iud. ...Read more

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Right tube removed after an ectopic. Left tube and ovary working perfectly, what is the percentage of having a normal pregnancy with 1 tube ?

Right tube removed after an ectopic. Left tube and ovary working perfectly, what is the percentage of having a normal pregnancy with 1 tube ?

Good: Removing one tube with a normal, non blocked remaining tube will decrease chance of getting pregnant but most likely only minimally. Eggs from either ovary can potentially make it to your remaining Fallopian tube. ...Read more

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Can a baby survive an ectopic pregnancy?

Can a baby survive an ectopic pregnancy?

No: Visualize this scene.A person has an ectopic pregnancy which must develop a large blood supply from surrounding tissue.Since the surroundings are not designed to support a pregnancy, the ectopic eventually grows too big & tears away from the tissues leading to massive internal bleeding.Unless recognized quickly & the bleeding stopped (emergency surgery), mom & baby are dead within minutes to hours ...Read more

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Can a baby survive an ectopic pregnancy?

Can a baby survive an ectopic pregnancy?

No: i never heard of one surviving, God will take the child home and you will see your child in heaven ...Read more

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What are my chances of having another baby after an ectopic pregnancy?

What are my chances of having another baby after an ectopic pregnancy?

Your OB Knows: To get a valid answer this question has to be addressed by the doctor who knows your exam and the status of the fallopian tubes. ...Read more

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Can any doc explain if you always have to terminate the baby if ectopic pregnancy occurs?

Can any doc explain if you always have to terminate the baby if ectopic pregnancy occurs?

Yes: An ectopic is a pregnancy outside of the uterus, in a tube or ovary. These structure cannot support a growting pregnancy and will eventually rupture and cause bleeding which can be life threatening. ...Read more

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Had ultrasound they said they saw no baby, they said it could be to early but it might be ectopic pregnancy, could it be toearly based on lmp im6w?

Had ultrasound they said they saw no baby, they said it could be to early but it might be ectopic pregnancy, could it be toearly based on  lmp im6w?

Early: Your dates may be off especially if your cycles are not regularly. If ectopic they would or should have seen that. Repeat ultrasound and hcg blood work in 3-5 days. Good luck ...Read more

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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?

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

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Are there any risks to my new pregnancy/baby if I have fallen pregnant approx 3 weeks after a methotrexate shot for an ectopic pregnancy?

Are there any risks to my new pregnancy/baby if I have fallen pregnant approx 3 weeks after a methotrexate shot for an ectopic pregnancy?

Unlikely: The time it takes for 1/2 that medicine to leave your body is at the most 16 hours. Another half of the remainder in 16 and so on. By 3 weeks out there has been none in your system for some time. It can not effect the developing fetus if it is long gone. ...Read more

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6 wks w/ hgc level at 16000. no evidence of baby on U/S & no evidence of extra uterine pregnancy. no symptom of ectopic either. too early?

6 wks  w/ hgc level at 16000. no evidence of baby on U/S & no evidence of extra uterine pregnancy. no symptom of ectopic either. too early?

No sadly not normal: If there is no evidence of pregnancy and the pregnancy hormone levels are persistent in the 16k area for as long as stated, there is little to no likelihood for a normal pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy (in the tubes or elsewhere other than the uterus) is still possible but not likely, either. Consider a D&C by surgery or medical evacuation as the risk of infection increases with time. ...Read more

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Can a baby live through an ectopic pregnancy that the tube has already burst and the baby was pushed out?

No : Generally once the tube expels the sac or ruptures, the fetus will be deprived of its blood supply and expire quickly. More often than not, the there is no heartbeat even before this happens. ...Read more

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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?

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?

Pregnancy test: Is always the way to start. If it is negative, you don't have an ectopic. Pregnancy on Implanon would be a very low chance. No ectopics don't ever "make it, " they are ice-threatenign to you. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have ectopic pregnancy and to have at the same time pregnancy inside the womb ? And can woman have healthy baby after ectopic oper

Is it possible to have ectopic pregnancy  and to have at the same time pregnancy inside the womb ? And can woman have healthy baby after ectopic oper

Yes and Yes to both: What is called a "heterotopic pregnancy" is possible but quite rare. If the ectopic pregnancy is surgically removed or is spontaneously "lost", the "pregnancy inside the womb" may some times continue relatively normally. The probability of having a "healthy baby after ectopic oper" will depend in part on the type of operation performed and on the health of the tubes and ovaries. ...Read more