What are the chances of ectopic after frozen embryo transfer?

Very low. The chances of an ectopic pregnancy after an embryo transfer are very low. As long as the embryo is placed the cavity the chances of tubal pregnancy are very low.

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When doing a frozen embryo transfer after taking two shots of methotrexate to treat an ectopic pregnacy? How long do you have to wait?

Must ovulate again. Your infertility specialist will determine timing but if you had ectopic you must follow the HCG levels to negative before even consider pregnancy. Read more...
Wait for both. What is the status of the ectopic? Is it gone? You ob-gyn can advise you for this indication. The half life of Methotrexate can help clarify when it is out of your system. It is up to 15 hours and we usually suggest 5 1/2 lives to get a drug out of your system but this is affected by the indication for therapy and its mechanism of action. Your ob-gyn can guide you in this answer. Read more...
MTX metabolizes. With all due respect, mtx metabolites, have much more potency and take 2&1/2 months to dissipate. Be safe. Wait. Read more...

How many months do you have to wait to do a frozen embryo transfer after taking two shots of methotrexate to treat an ectopic pregnacy? ?

Waiting... Your doctor will be able to tell you after the ectopic pregnancy resolves and he has the blood tests and ultrasound images to proceed with confidence. Good luck ! Read more...
Two months. Two, sometimes 2 & 1/2 months is needed to excrete the more active metabolites of mtx. Read more...
It takes 2 1/2 mo to. 14 weeks are necessary to get rid of mtx-polyglumates which are 70x more potent than mtx. There is no effect on ovulation. Read more...

I had 2 frozen embryo transfer @Jul 8, 11 days after ET HCG=114, 15d HCG=462, 18d HCG=643, may I start to miscarry? I had ectopic on Feb 2014

Yes. Unfortunately, your HCG has not risen normally on the last reading. Normally the HCG will double every 2-3 days, and it has not done so (462 to 643). I would still follow up in 3 days, but I would expect that miscarriage is likely. Read more...

My first transfer resulted in ectopic pregnancy. Is there anything I could do to avoid this from happening in my upcoming frozen embryo transfer?

Not really. If it's an in utero transfer, there's not much you can do to actually prevent an ectopic pregnancy. Obviously you are at risk of another ectopic pregnancy. However, your doctor will keep a close eye on you. Read more...