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Sunday, April 27th 2014, 8:07pm

Not new but could do with some advice been a while since I was here

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I am not new to the site but a bit lot as where to post as it has been nearly a year since I was last here after a successful IVF.

So here goes. Last Tuesday I discovered I was pregnant over a year after my DS was born. I was about 9 weeks. Wit in 24 hours I was rushed to hospital and diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy. This wasn't my first ectopic as I suffered one in 2007 and lost my right tube so when I discovered I was pregnant I knew there was a 90% chance it would be ectopic. This one was in my left tube and I was told the only option was to remove my left tube as it was to dangerous to leave it in. To be honest I was always scared of getting pregnant naturally because of my previous ectopic and after a lap&dye test I was told my let tube was to damaged and along with PCOS the best option and safest one was IVF.

I suppose what I want to know is what now. Can I still have a second child with IVF or does this change everything?

We were gonna go through another cycle in 3 years time but does the fact I have no tubes now change this? I would like to hear from anyone who has had a similar experience please really could do with somebody to answer my questions as I have to wait 8 weeks for a follow up appointment xx


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Sunday, April 27th 2014, 8:45pm

Hi, as far as I'm aware as long as you have your ovaries you can have IVF. I've copied your question into the general IVF section as you may get more help there

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Sunday, April 27th 2014, 8:46pm

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Monday, April 28th 2014, 6:51am

Lucy I'm so sorry Hun xxxx

I think Cleo was in the same situation - might be worth sending her a message?
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Monday, April 28th 2014, 9:19pm

Hi,

I am sorry about your ectopic pregnancy.

Yes, you don't need tubes for IVF, just ovaries and womb as your eggs mature in your ovaries and would go to your womb through the tubes after ovulation. In IVF however they time things so they can get the eggs out just around ovulation time, while they are still in the ovaries. They are then fertilised with sperm and the fertilised egg - or now embryo is returned to the womb. So the tubes are bypassed :-)

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