I found some info but I am sure you have already been given a great deal and discussed it with your doctor. ------------ If you have had an ectopic pregnancy you should consult your doctor immediately you suspect that you might be pregnant again, so that you can be monitored closely. Similarly, if a period is late, if menstrual bleeding is different from normal or if there is abdominal pain, you should ask to be examined, reminding the doctor, if necessary, of the previous ectopic pregnancy.
The outlook for future pregnancies depends on several factors, especially whether the other Fallopian tube appeared normal or not.
Most doctors advise women to wait for at least three months to allow time for their body to recover, although individual circumstances may vary. Emotional recovery after ectopic pregnancy is very individual; some women want to get pregnant again immediately, while others find the thought of another pregnancy very frightening. You and your partner are the best judges of when - or perhaps whether - you are emotionally and physically ready to try again.
As a general guide, after one ectopic pregnancy, 20 per cent of women will experience another ectopic pregnancy, 30 per cent will not become pregnant again and 50 per cent will have a successful pregnancy inside the womb. ------- I think a lot depends upon you and your partner. If you want to try in January I can only assume there would be no problem with that unless your Doctor states otherwise. Everything I have read and heard on these forums id 3-6months depending on surgery/recovery and your own decision as to when you are actually ready but this is teh same advice given to practically every woman who has had a m/c ectopic or not. You may need to discuss your personal circumstances surrounding the m/c to determine if the Doctor is wanting you to wait longer or if he is going to do further tests. Has the Doctor discussed whether your fertility will be impaired due to you losing the little one and the cysts? Good luck whenever you decide to go for another baby. I hope all is well in your next pregnancy.