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    Sorry for your loss

    I had an ectopic pregnancy just over 4 years ago. I had emergency surgery to remove my ruptured right tube (they had to cut me open, so I didn't have the keyhole surgery). I was advised to wait 6 months before trying again, but only waited 4. 11 months after my Ectopic I was pregnant with my DS. I have also then gone onto have a further 2 pregnancies (DD2 took 14mo to conceive, this pregnancy was about 10mo of unprotected sex, & leaving it up to "fate").

    Good luck, hope you are on the road to recovery and have a quick TTC journey!

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    Default Ectopic surgery and when we can ttc again

    I had the same thing with first pregnancy. We waited 3 cycles to start trying. Sorry for your loss. It then took us a year and a half to get pregnant due to having only one Fallopian tube. But here I am holding my 2 week old bub so keep your head up even when if you start to feel down about it. You will have a bub in the end


 

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