Hi i just ad an eptopic 6weeks ago i ad to have surgery and have my left tube removed im finding it verry hard to move on it was my first pregnancy and i fell in just 2 months of traying the docs have told me to wait 3 periods to start traying agen iv just ad my first period and was wundrring if it will take me a lot longer to get pregnant agen ias it tuck enyone else long after ???

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Jennifer - posted on 07/18/2012

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Sweetie I'm SO sorry you had to go through this! It is heartbreaking! I had an ectopic rupture and lost my left tube as well about six years ago. Take your time and heal, both physically and emotionally. It takes longer for your emotions to heal than your physical being. Be ever so good to yourself! Do not for a minute blame yourself either. I had trouble with that. It is not your fault and you loved that little one. Find a friend to talk it through with. Sometimes just expressing your feelings helps a great deal. One thing that helped me was to find a gender-neutral name. My heart truly goes out to you. Know you are not alone. Jaiden was my first pregnancy too.

We were a little "older" as I was 34 and he 36. We had been trying for about eight months - within the expected time period. We lost our little one in early June. We started trying again as soon as the doc said it was OK. Emotionally, I wasn't ready, but figured "Hey, it took 8 months the first time, why not." The first couple of months were disappointing, but we were successful that October. It shouldn't really effect your ability.

Cool thing I learned - your remaining tube will "float" to catch the egg no matter which ovary it comes from. Best of luck, hugs, and well-wishes!

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Bella - posted on 03/09/2015

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The female body is ready to conceive again immediately after a miscarriage. Hormone levels are at their highest, so infertility is reduced and fertility increased. However, for the sake of the female body and reducing the chance of a second miscarriage, many doctors will suggest waiting at least one regular menstrual cycle to increase chances of getting pregnant and maintaining the pregnancy. Other doctors will suggest waiting up to six months to increase chances of getting pregnant without complications. You may want to check the http://pregnancyhours.com site for information on trying to conceive after miscarriage, there’s lots of very useful information like how to boost your chances of getting pregnant, how to have a healthy pregnancy, what you should and shouldn't do, what kind of food that actually boost your fertility, and so much more

Jennifer - posted on 07/22/2012

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Kristy, honey, it's not your fault. You did nothing wrong. That little egg just implanted early. I understand the longing for a baby. I was disappointed every time that blasted line didn't show up.
I wish I could just wrap the both of you up in a big, understanding, healing hug. I know that may sound weird coming from a stranger, but we share this experience. Hang in there. Take time to heal. Then, please, when you are ready, have the courage to try again. Love and prayers for you both.

Kristy - posted on 07/19/2012

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Thanks for that post Jennifer. I too found out that I had an ectopic pregnancy 2 weeks ago. I had my left Fallopian tube removed. I've been blaming myself since it happend. All I do is think about what I did that may have cause it. I just want a baby so badly and I've been very depressed lately :(

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