It wouldn't be impossible to still get pregnant but with the scarring on one and the other yet to be determined it could take quite some time to get pregnant again.... it may be faster to do the IVF since you would bypass th
I remember it just like it was yesterday. We had been trying to get pregnant for a while, I had an ectopic pregnancy just a few months earlier, and I knew that there was someone special just waiting to come.
The margin is pretty low when it comes to pregnancy after tubal removal... the possibility though I would assume is still there if you have functioning ovaries BUT should a pregnancy happen it wouldn't be in the uterus
Thank you for your answer. I was having a paranoid momment. I am being treated with methotrexate. I recieved two shots, one in each "hip" This is used to disolve the pregnancy. My beta numbers are dropping, so it seems to