Hello all, I'm new this site. First let me say I've read some of you guys post and it has help me cope with my situation a lot. But I haven't seen much about tubal reversals and ectopic pregnancies. Well here's my question, I had a tubal reversal in Feb, I had an ectopic in June and just had a miscarriage in Oct (I didn't know I was pregnant, I thought is was just a heavy cycle, but it was a come and go spotting). I'm 31 yrs old and was told that I was a good candidate for a reversal. I had successful pregnancies before with no complications, I've never ever had a miscarriage before. I'm really ttc with my husband and it's getting little discouraging to get a positive pregnancies test but no baby. Has anyone else dealt with this after a tubal reversal and has had a successful pregnancy? Please any info would be helpful... Thanks!!!!
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