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.

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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

Some. You're down to 1 compromised tube. If there is some chronic infection that responds to the antibiotic and inflammation resolves then there is a chance for some improvement of the hydrosalpinx. If you do conceive there would be an elevated risk of another ectopic from scarring of your tube. So, if you get a positive pregnancy test get an ultrasound at 7-8 weeks to confirm intrauterine implantation. Read more...
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 more...