I just had a laporoscopy done to remove an ectopic pregnancy from my left tube... My tube was removed during this procedure due to it being damaged... My question to you is, how fast after I stop bleeding from this miscarriage/ectopic removal can I ovulate... TTC before my partner gets deployed in July... My Dr told me I cud start trying again as soon as the bleeding has stopped... I just want to know about how long after this procedure will ovulation occur???
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that you will probably ovulate within 4-6 weeks after the procedure. You will know that you have started ovulating because you will have your periods again. Your time constraints are pretty severe, and I would be pleasantly surprised if you are able to carry out your wishes for a pregnancy--I hope it happens for you! Good luck! Dr B
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