Hello. I recently had an ectopic pregnancy and they removed my right ovary as well. Within the last few months my menstrual pain has become increasing?

Ectopic Pregnancy. After surgery for an ectopic pregnancy you may have some adhesions which might cause some pelvic pain and pain at ovulation but this usually settles. Some women do report that they can feel themselves ovulate, often because they become acutely more aware of their bodies after suffering an ectopic pregnancy when they have never experianced before. .

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Had an ectopic pregnancy, removed the left tube on 2/28. What should I do to figure out whether I can get pregnant on my own? I.e.How do I know whether my right ovary is functioning well and has eggs?

Hsg. The best thing to do is have your doctor get an HSG (hysterosalpingogram) which is a dye test to determine if the other tube is open. This biggest concern is as to whether the remaining tube is open and healthy. While it is possible the other ovary does not have eggs, that would be unlikely especially at your age. Read more...
3 months. You should avoid pregnancy for 3 months, simply to give your body a chance to recover from surgery. However, I would not be concerned about the right ovary not functioning. Your gynecologist should be able to tell you if it looked normal, though, presuming it did, it should work fine. Read more...

I had ectopic pregnancy and left tube was removed. Now my right ovary has a 3.8cm cyst. What are my chances of getting pregnant again.

Slightly higher . Some one with previous ectopic pregnancy will have slightly higher incidence in the other tube , as you have same disease process like old tubal infection, but good news woman with one tube do get pregnant, don't worry. See a fertility specialist along with your gyn doctor. Good luck. Read more...

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...

I had an ectopic pregnancy about 2 years ago they remove my right ovary and my tube was mess up how long I have to wait to try again to have a baby?

Now..... as good a time as any. Why did you wait so long. You could have started 11/2 year ago. Did you even bother to ask your gyne ??????????????? Read more...
Now! I'm sorry for the bad experience previously. You definitely are safe to try now! You may want to see your obgyn and have your other tube tested for a blockage at some point. Start your prenatal vitamin now! Read more...

If the yellow body is in the right ovary, is there a chance for developing ectopic pregnancy on the left side of fallopian tube?

Yes ,even if the . Egg is released from the right and you have one tube which is on the left,you can still get pregnant.Thus the location of the tube doesn't affect your ability to conceive.Hence ,if the problem with the tube is what would affect the fertilization and migrAtion location of the egg. Read more...

I'm 7 weeks and 1 day pregnant my right ovary has a growth of 2.4cm. I'm having pain and want to know what symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are.

Check sonogram. If your sonogram was performed by a skilled certified sonographer and showed an intrauterine pregnancy and a "small right ovarian growth" there is no real cause for concern about an ectopic pregnancy. Your pain is probably due to a "normal ovarian-corpus-luteum-cyst of pregnancy" which should resolve spontaneously in a few weeks. You may want to recheck your sonogram, if your symptoms persist . Read more...