Hi guys. I'm really sorry if I'm in the wrong section or if something I say upsets anyone but I am at a total loss at the moment.
We have had 2 ectopics in the last 6 months, and due to some reason which hasn't been made too clear to me, we run the risk of more if I ovulate from the right side. From what I can understand, when they tried to remove my right tube the first time, a "stump" was left and when we fell pregnant again, the egg latched onto the stump. Further surgery couldn't remove it so I was told.. basically not to try and fall pregnant again as there was no easy way of telling which side I'll ovulate from.
To me this sounds crazy! Surely there is some way of telling?! I guess I just want to know what my options are. The last dr I saw (at KEMH in Perth) suggested we start thinking about IVF. We're not against it at all, but I was just wondering if there are other things we can try first?? I don't know if I need to talk to a fertility specialist or just a standard Ob? The hospital really weren't helpful, nor do I want to deal with them again after their average standard of care.
Sorry for the all over the place post. I just don't know where to start and I didn't ask enough questions after the last surgery as I was still so shocked we'd lost another bub