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Getting pregnant after ectopic pregnancy

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In the middle of August I had an eptopic pregnancy; losing my baby about 7 weeks into my pregnancy. The doctor only had to remove around 30% of my right fallopian tube. What are the chances of getting pregnant after this happening?
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replied March 23rd, 2010
I don't know what the numbers are but it's possible. I got pregnant 6 months after an ectopic and lost the entire tube. I recommend you have a test done to make sure your tubes are not blocked.
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replied March 23rd, 2010
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My daughter had a very severe case of eptopic pregnancy...It was one of those, operate immediately surgeries...At a later date, the doctor performed some additional surgery because of scar tissue.....I am happy to say that since that surgery I have three grandchildren...I hope all goes well....Take care...

Caroline
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