Getting pregnant after a ectopic pregnancy?

Possible. If given enough time after having an ectopic pregnancy and assuming that there has been no structural damage to the tubules, then there certainly is a normal chance to become pregnant again.

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How hard is it to get pregnant after a ectopic pregnancy?

Ectopic pregnancy. The subsequent delivery rate is about 55% The recurrent ectopic rate is about 15% (so about 20% of pregnancies are ectopics) The infertility rate is about 30% Read more...

What's the easiest way to get pregnant after a ectopic pregnancy?

Just keep trying. With one ectopic pregnancy it might become harder next time to get pregnant. Be sure to see your doctor immediately if you think you might be pregnant. And if you are not pregnant after a few months, ask your doctor about checking to see whether you have at least one open fallopian tube. Read more...

Will I be able to get pregnant after an ectopic pregnancy? How long will I have to wait?

Yes you can. Yes you can get pregnant again and usually at your age within one year of unprotected intercourse. However, you have a 10 % risk that the next pregnancy could also be ectopic, so see a MD as soon as you test positive for pregnancy. Read more...
3 months. Most women can still get pregnant after an ectopic pregnancy and have a normal baby. Its fortunate that you have two fallopian tubes! You will need to wait 3 months before trying again to give your body a chance to heal. When you do become pregnant again, you will want to see your Ob as soon as you know you are pregnant to make sure you don't have another ectopic pregnancy. Best wishes! Read more...
Yes. The chances of pregnancy and how long you have to wait depends on your personal medical history and the complications of the ectopic pregnancy. Your treating OBY/ GYN will be in best position to advise. Read more...

How long does it take women to get pregnant after an ectopic pregnancy with one fallopian tube?

Depends. This is going to depend on if you have scarring in the one fallopian tube and if your partner does not have any sperm problems. If your tubes are clear and the sperm healthy you could get pregnant as soon as you start the process. Good luck see your Gynecologist/Physician for more answers. Read more...
Depends but not long. Depending on how far along in the ectopic pregnancy you were, your ability to get pregnant again could happen even before your next period. Once you have a period you're back on the same monthly cycle as before and should assume you can get pregnant any time. A word of caution: Your risk for ectopic pregnancy goes up if you've had a previous ectopic or pelvic surgery - give yourself time to heal. Read more...

Does it take longer to get pregnant after an ectopic pregnancy? I had my Fallopian tube removed. I am 32 and my husband is 38. Thanks

Other tube. Having one ectopic does increase your risk of another ectopic. Your baseline fertility is not affected. The functional status of the remaining tube can be assessed by your doctor if you are having trouble getting pregnant. Read more...

I jst recently had an ectopic pregnancy and I've been told that I have clymadia. If treated, do I still have a chance of getting pregnant?

Ask the doc treating. You, the chly can damage the tubes so you have an increased risk of getting another ectopic, u need the chly treated asap and then you need a test of cure to make sure it is gone and testing for other stds to make sure u have nothing else , and then in the future before trying for a preg you may need a laparoscopy with dye and antibiotics to assess your tubes. Read more...

I had an ectopic pregnancy and lost my left ovary. Its been six years since that happened. What is my chances of getting pregnant?

Good. If you have a remaining ovary, and an open fallopian tube on either side, pregnancy is still possible. There is a 10 % risk that the subsequent pregnancy may be another ectopic. Read more...
If your other tube . Is normal then very good but if u were my pt i would make you get a hsg to make sure the other tube fills normally because u do not want to end up with another ectopic i assume u lost your left tube also as an ovarian ectopic is very rare, please call your gyn to be evaluated before you get pregnant. Read more...