I had an ectopic pregnancy and I removed my right tube can I stil concieve?

Yes if allelse is ok. If your other tube is open and normal and if your ovaries, uterus and cervix are normal and there are no remaining or persistent pelvic adhesions, you "can still conceive". Do keep in mind however, that you remain at risk for another ectopic pregnancy and will need to be carefully evaluated (serial betaHCG tests and first trimester pelvic sonograms ) the next times you conceive.
Yes, if.. Yes if you still have a left tube, uterus and functioning ovary. However, there is a 10% greater chance than normal that a subsequent pregnancy may be another ectopic.

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Had an ectopic pregnancy, removed the left tube on 2/28, right tube was open when checked then. Should I do an HSG to check the inside of tube to prevent another ectopic? When can conceive again?

Good idea but. It is a good idea to check an hsg to make sure the other tube is open and to wait a few months before attempting pregnancy again. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to prevent an ectopic (other than doing IVF) only monitor to make an early diagnosis . Read more...

I have an ectopic pregnancy & had my left tube removed. My right tube has a blockage & I have endometriosis. What should I do if I plan to conceive later on?

Fertility consult. i have many patients with this issue. there is still a possibility of getting pregnant with this story however the odds are against you. make sure your significant other has normal spern analysis. IUI and ivf are certainly good options for you, seek care with a fertility specialist in your area. good luck. Read more...

I am 23. My husband and I are trying to conceive. I had an ectopic pregnancy in 06 and had my right tube removed. The doctors also told me I have pcos. I ended up getting pregnant in 08 and gave birth to my daughter in 09 she is a healthy 3 year old. I go

The . The important thing about when to start an ovulation predictor kit is to make sure you start it before you expect to ovulate. The number of days from when you ovulate to when your period starts is very fixed. It is not longer than 14 days. The number of days from when you start your period to when you ovulate can be variable. The best way to figure out when to start is to take your shortest cycle length and subtract 16 days. For example, if your cycle varies between 32 and 36 days, you should subtract 16 from 32 to get 16. You would start testing on cycle day 16 with the first day being the day of an actual flow (not spotting). If your cycles are always 36 days then you would start on cycle day 20. Hope this helps! good luck! Read more...
Dr . Dr moffitt gave a good answer. If you have regular 36 day cycles every month, your most fertile period is from days 18 to day 26 (day 1 = the first day of your period). Start the ovulation predictor test every day from day 18, and check between 10 am and noon, not the first time you wake up, which may be too early in the day for an accurate test. 2 other points - one ectopic pregnancy increases the chance of another one to 10-30%, but your fertility depends a lot on how good your remaining tube is, which should have been checked at the time of your surgery in 2006. You have had two pregnancies including your daughter since then, which is more reassuring, but get checked out with a blood pregnancy every time you are late by 3-4 days or more for your period, 'just to be safe'. One miscarriage is not too worrying either as you already have a kid, but if you have another miscarriage you should get checked out by a specialist (reproductive endocrinology and infertility md or rei) for causes of miscarriage. Some of these could have developed since your daughter was born. Best wishes for another healthy pregnancy. Read more...

I have had 2 miscarriages and also an ectopic pregnancy where my left tube was removed, what are the chances of me conceiving?

Impossible to know. Miscarriages most commonly occur because of some defect in the fetus rather than maternal abnormalities. Your chances are diminished because ova from one ovary no longer have a means of reaching the uterus or sperm reached them, but many women still conceive. Pregnancy is a 100% phenomenon and looking at possible percentages is just mental masturbation. Read more...
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 more...

I had my left tube and ovary removed do to a tumor, my right tube is partial due to ectopic pregnancy, will I be able to conceive again? If so how?

Certainly with work. done on both Fallopian tubes, common sense says you will have a hard time conceiving due to the ovum's potentially difficult path into the uterus to be fertilized in the tube. It all depends on how "open" or functional your right tube is. Afterall, you really only need 1 tube open to make it work. If the pathway is scarred up, then in vitro fertilization maybe your best bet. Read more...

Had ectopic pregnancy learned I had PID had surgery tubes were scarred 1 was removed other was scarred a little can I still conceive have once miscarr?

What did the doc say. Who did your surgery about the tube that was left, your doc should give u the ok or not to try for preg, u are at more risk for another ectopic as the emaining tube is not totally normal and may be more scarred or abnormal on teh inside, the only way not to have one is to do in vitro fert please discuss with your ob. Read more...

Because of ectopic pregnancy 1 of my fallopian tube removed and am trying to conceive and taking 5 mg folic acid suppliment daily is it overdose?

It is excessive. For the prevention of neural tube (and maybe other birth) defects, 400 micrograms of Folic Acid is recommended. For individuals with a history of having an affected child, we often recommend 4milligrams (10x the usual dose.) the dose you are taking is more than recommended, but will likely not be harmful, since it is water soluble and the excess will likely be excreted. Read more...