Trying After Tubal M C

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msalicia - July 18

So a quick update I had a miscarriage from the womb a week ago Wednesday and then this wednesday night I had a tubal pregnancy removed and a D & C done by my Ob. Both areas showed fetal tissue. She also removed a bleeding Cyst from the right ovary (the same side as the tubal pregnancy) After surgery she told my husband we can try again next year. Do we really have to wait that long, I am almost 39 and would like a baby so badly...This has been such a rough road, I know you all feel my sadness and desires.

 

frazmo - July 29

I had a tubal pregnancy that was determined in less than a month from conception due to heavy bleeding and pain. I was fortunate that it was caught early enough that it didn't do any damage to my tubes. They did the D&C since they actually thought that I was having a miscarrage. The pathology came back not showing any villi within my uterus, however my blood work showed the pregnancy hormone was continuing to rise. They gave a shot of some chemo therapy drug to kill rapidly growing cells. Fortunately, it worked. My doctor told me to wait until my periods returned to a normal pattern and then we could try again. Did you rupture your tube or have other damage to the tubes themselves? I just had a stillborn July 11th she was ten days away from her due date, and three days away from being delivered via a scheduled c-section. I think that my doctor knows that I am not willing to wait to try again. He told me the same thing... wait until your periods return to a normal pattern...which he says is about 3 months. Me and my husband are already resuming love making, however with protection. My C-section was less than three weeks ago... I guess that I would ask the doctor medically why do I need to wait that long?

 

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