10 days after laparoscopy for tubal pregnancy can internal bleeding start again?

Unlikely but possibe. It would be unusual to have bleeding this far out but is possible. If you get lightheaded, pale, dizzy etc., you need to call your doctor.
Yes. It is possible but unlikely. Look for increasing abdominal pain, distension of abdomen, faintness, fever and visit the doctor who did the surgery to explain your problem.

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I had laparoscopy for tubal pregnancy, after how many days of surgery I can have protected intercourse?

It depends on. How extensive was the surgery. You need to ask the surgeon who performed the procedure...Best luck! Read more...
As tolerated. All activity after laparoscopic surgery should generally be done as tolerated by pain and discomfort. Listen to your body and use common sense, and you should be fine. As always, check with your surgeon to be sure if something doesn't seem right. Read more...

12 days after having laparoscopy for tubal pregnancy if I walk more felling heaviness in my belly, why its happening? Is it normal?

Time for checkup. Several possibilities: fluid- ascites blood- hematoma, or mass edema infection distended bowel need to see your gyn and sort it out! Read more...
May be normal. Even though you had a laparoscopy, you still had a major surgery. Therefore, the body is still reacting to having an ectopic pregnancy as well as the irritation of having surgery within the abdomen. This can give the type of symptoms described. If concerned, see your surgeon. Read more...

Had laparoscopy for tubal pregnancy after that what is the possibility of having tubal blockage in that tube?

Please discuss with . Your gyn, but after 1 ectopic u are at increased risk for another one 1-100 normal risk, after 1 ectopic 1 in 10 so u need to make sure both tubes are totally open and not damaged as u do not want to end up with another one. Read more...
Higher. Having had a previous tubal pregnancy in general, even without the laparoscopy, increases your risk for another tubal pregnancy. Sometimes doctors flush the pregnancy out of the tube, other times they remove the entire tube. I'm assuming based on your question, that they didn't remove the tube. If you get pregnant, make sure you get an early ultrasound to confirm pregnancy is in the uterus! Read more...