Is ectopic pregnancy pain constant or once in a while?

Either. It is normal to feel cramping as if you may start your period during early pregnancy. Pain from an ectopic pregnancy is usually one side or the other and can be constant or come and go. The pain will usually worsen over time. Their are other causes of pelvic pain during pregnancy but any pain that is persistent or getting worse needs to be evaluated to be sure that it is not an ectopic preg.

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We have been married for 18 years and have not had a child. I once had ectopic pregnancy after two years of marriage and have not been conceived after?

Infertility . An infertility evaluation should be done when couples fail to conceive after 12 months of frequent unprotected intercourse. It should also be offered to women over the age of 35. Basic evaluation should include semen analysis, assessing ovulation status by history or labs and a hysterosalpingogram to evaluate Fallopian tubes and whether there is any abnormal anatomy . Read more...

Had ectopic pregnancy once the bleeding stopped I was okayed to start having sex we started and 3 weeks later I am spottingfor4ds light period or preg?

Either. It could be either but it is more likely that this is a light period. If in doubt do a pregnancy test and talk to your doctor. You don't mention how your ectopic was treated (medically or surgically) which can make a difference. Having had one ectopic there is a higher risk for another so seeing your doctor early if you might be pregnant is important. 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...