I am about to take a pregnancy test because I am showing all the signs of being pregnant again. I will be excited but not to excited because I am scared. I have a healthy daughter she is going to be 5years old this year. I am worried because in 2012 I had an ectopic pregnancy which I had my right fallopian tube removed, then in 2013 I had 2 miscarriages two months apart. My question is what are my chances of actually having a safe an healthy pregnancy? I want to have another baby but to lose another would be hard for me.
Ectopic pregnancy does leave behind scar tissue, but luckily you have two ovaries and two fallopian tubes, so that still leaves a good chance for you. You could always ask a doctor what your chances are of having a viable pregnancy. Sometimes, they are wrong though. They told me I'd have a hard time getting pregnant, but I didn't. They told my mother in law she would miscarry and should just get a d&c, but I'm staring at a perfectly fine kid she had 15 years ago right now.
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