It depends how far along into your pregnancy you are. Before you have the LAP I would get a abdominal ultrasound to make sure the baby is ok and also talk your concerns over with your doctor about the OP.
Yes it is possible, because say for example, you had an ectopic pregnancy in one fallopian tube, then you could still have a pregnancy in the uterus or another ectopic pregnancy in the other fallopian tube or somewhere else because the other fallopian tube is still carrying the egg down to the uterus.
No. Because your ovaries are not connected to your uterus anymore.
If you have an ectopic it's a ectopic from the start so yes.
The risk to get pregnant after a tubal is 1/1000 so check it out because there's a higher risk for ectopic pregnancies.
An STD may cause ectopic pregnancy in the future, but won't change a uterine pregnancy to an ectopic pregnancy if you contract it after you're already pregnant.
Absolutely. I had an ectopic and three months after treatment, got pregnant with my beautiful son. It can happen for you too. Ectopic pregnancies are hard, but it does get better.
After doctor says to formed babby.
Yes, you are pregnant.
No. It will still show as pregnant. Of course everyone is different, but I took two and almost immediately it said I was pregnant. A week later I found out it was ectopic.
You should still be able to get pregnant. If the other pregnancy was recent, then it is more likely you will be able to get pregnant because you are very fertile after a pregnancy
After a tubal ligation you should NOT be able to get pregnant.
It would be called an ectopic pregnancy.
You might have an ectopic pregnancy.
you could have an ectopic pregnancy
Among women who become pregnant while using a progesterone-bearing IUD, about 15% have ectopic pregnancies
If your fallopian tubes were cut and tied, there is no way you can get pregnant. If you experienced an ectopic pregnancy and did not have your tubes tied again, there is the possibility that you could again get pregnant.
Yes, if you're pregnant again
Yesl it's called an ectopic pregnancy.
If you are pregnant and have pain such that you think you have PID, you may be having an ectopic pregnancy. See your health care provider today to make sure that you are safe. Ectopic pregnancy can be life-threatening.
If your tube was removed with the ectopic pregnancy it won't grow back. You should still be able to get pregnant via your other tube but if that wasn't an option, IVF would be available to you to get pregnant.
I got the depo shot 1 week after unprotected sex then found out I was pregnant. I lost the baby because of an ectopic pregnancy. There is no proof but I think depo had something to do with it.
If your last pregnancy was ectopic then you should have constant check ups if you are currently pregnant. There are risks associated with women who have had ectopic pregnancies. A doctor will evaluate your situation.
No it is not, because sperm has to travel through the tubes after conception has accured.
Due to the possibility of lower levels of hormone with ectopic pregnancy it is possible to have a home test show that you are not pregnant while you have an EP.
I had an ectopic pregnancy and got pregnant about 6months afterwards. Medical experts say it can take up to 18months though so I believe I am very very lucky! Good Luck!