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    Excellent!!!!!
    Dx: POF/Adenomyosis/Endometriosis
    2009: FSH: 16, AMH: 0.1
    2010: Inj + TI -> converted to IVF = BFP ->Myometrial ectopic = 10 days in hospital + 5 months & 7 MTX -> No TTC for 1 yr
    2011: AMH: 0.9 FET -> BFP -> Tubal ectopic -> MTX -> surgery, tube removed
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    Yes.. I had an ectopic and my Fallopian tube burst at around 8 weeks. I lost my left tube and 3 months later became pregnant with my son. I was told that it would be hard but my son is proof it wasn't. You can definitely get pregnant naturally with one tube and ivf if you lose both.


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    Hello, unfortunately I can not please you with good news. My sister had an ectopic pregnancy. At that time she was 28 years old and she already had a child. She had great trouble with the coccyx. Her coccyx was damaged when she was a teenager. And the doctor said that she can not give birth in the natural way. Because her legs could lose their functions. Pregnancy was very difficult. She felt a strong pain in her back. She had to make great efforts to move around the apartment. Cesarean section was assigned to her. After that, the doctor warned her that the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy after cesarean section is quite large. When her child was a year, she felt a great pain. It turned out that she had an ectopic pregnancy. They did not plan a second child, it happened by accident. The doctor told her that the child is at the level of the child's development in 4 months (intrauterine development). It is important to note that a child with ectopic pregnancy develops much faster. One of the pipes is no longer suitable. The percentage of the next pregnancy is very small. But, they do not plan any more children.


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    I am sorry that happened to your sister. Sounds awful. Cesarean sections do not generally increase your chance of having an ectopic pregnancy by very much (if) at all. Ectopics can occur in a C-section scar but it's not usually considered a risk factor as they are quite commonly performed. Perhaps your sisters case was somewhat unique in that regard. I'm sorry she had to go through that.

    If anyone is interested in how often this occurs, here's the research:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4666214/


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    Hello, unfortunately I can not please you with good news. My sister had an ectopic pregnancy. At that time she was 28 years old and she already had a child. She had great trouble with the coccyx. Her coccyx was damaged when she was a teenager. And the doctor said that she can not give birth in the natural way. Because her legs could lose their functions. Pregnancy was very difficult. She felt a strong pain in her back. She had to make great efforts to move around the apartment. Cesarean section was assigned to her. After that, the doctor warned her that the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy after cesarean section is quite large. When her child was a year, she felt a great pain. It turned out that she had an ectopic pregnancy. They did not plan a second child, it happened by accident. The doctor told her that the child is at the level of the child's development in 4 months (intrauterine development). It is important to note that a child with ectopic pregnancy develops much faster. One of the pipes is no longer suitable. The percentage of the next pregnancy is very small. But, they do not plan any more children.
    Dx: POF/Adenomyosis/Endometriosis
    2009: FSH: 16, AMH: 0.1
    2010: Inj + TI -> converted to IVF = BFP ->Myometrial ectopic = 10 days in hospital + 5 months & 7 MTX -> No TTC for 1 yr
    2011: AMH: 0.9 FET -> BFP -> Tubal ectopic -> MTX -> surgery, tube removed
    2012: AMH: 0.34, HSG shows scary uterus
    2013: One last FET? Nope. Hysterectomy & endo excision.
    2014: Surrogacy
    2015: Adoption


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