Fallopian tube removed because of ectopic pregnancy

Kaitlin - posted on 01/06/2016 ( 9 moms have responded )

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Can u still have a successful pregnancy with only one tube left

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Kaitlin - posted on 01/07/2016

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I will they did a bunch of blood test this week just waiting on my next dr appointment. On the 12th

Kaitlin - posted on 01/07/2016

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Right before i went in for the surgery the did xrays and she said my left side is ok not great but ok she said i should be able to conceive

Sarah - posted on 01/06/2016

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Well I hope your left tube is patent, there is a relatively simple test that can be done in the xray dept to check. Otherwise, egg retrieval and transfer to your uterus may be an option.

Kaitlin - posted on 01/06/2016

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Sadly no but we found out why all my pregnancy besides a couple have been ectopic all in my right tube cuz there was a cyst iside the right tube the babies kept getting stuck behind it but this pregnancy didnt take care of it self like the other ones did the baby was growing and still alive when my tube ruptured i made it to 11 1/2 weeks before it ruptured

Sarah - posted on 01/06/2016

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Eleven pregnancies lost must be very stressful and painful for you, do you have any living children?

Kaitlin - posted on 01/06/2016

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Thanks that actually gives me hope i have lost 11 pregnancys and the most recent one was ectopic i just had surgery on the 16 of December im just worried i wont be able to conceive anymore

Sarah - posted on 01/06/2016

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Yes, I had a tube and ovary removed during my third pregnancy because of a cyst on the ovary. As long as your remaining tube is patent you can conceive. I did, she's almost 12.

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