No Uterus & no ovaries, doesnt seem so!
No. No uterus = no pregnancy
Well the chances of having an ectopic pregnancy is .25% which is less then 1% which would make it almost completely uncommon for a 2nd pregnancy to be ectopic, but that percent is possible, especially if you have previous....ectopic pregnancy. But its a low percent.
highly unlikely (Ectopic pregnancy) but your vagina andtubes are probably closed.
Although the chances are slim with a urine test performed at a doctor's office, it still can be possible to receive a negative result early in an ectopic pregnancy. If you used a home test the chances are slightly higher. If you think it is possible that you are experiencing an ectopic pregnancy, you need to go to the doctor or health department. An ectopic pregnancy can be very dangerous.
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.
It will depend upon the type of Partial Hysterectomy; sometimes this type of pregnancy is called Ectopic, if your ovaries have been left intact, you can ovulate and the fertilised egg can stay in the Fallopian tubes, this pregnancy is risky and can involve emergency surgeries/deliveries, but again it depends upon what type of Partial Hysterectomy.
No, it needs to be surgically removed as soon as possible.
An ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilised egg attaches itself outside the uterus. The most common place where the ectopic pregnancy occurs is the fallopian tubes. Other possible areas where the ectopic could occur are the ovaries, abdomen and the cervix. The cause for ectopic pregnancy is mostly unknown. However endometriosis, any surgery to the abdomen, previous pelvic inflammatory disease all increase the chances of an ectopic pregnancy.
Menopause is cessation of menstruation as you grow old or due to hysterectomy. A tubal pregnancy is an ectopic pregnancy where in the inplantation takes place in the fallopian tube.
can i still have a period with a ectopic pregnancy