Hello I had an ectopic pregnancy on Nov 6th. My dr. performed emergency surgery because my tube had ruptured and I was bleeding internally. She did not have to take my right tube although she did have to repair it. She cut me as if I was having a cesearean. I have started bleeding as of Nov 15th. Is this my cycle or blood from the surgery? How long after the surgery should we wait to try again? My doctor says the 1st of the year but she is also not clearing me to return to work until after the first of the year. Is this normal? Very confused! Thanks
hmmm....my ectopic and tube were removed thru 3 puntures, I think I may have been off work for 2 weeks. i don't remember the doc saying i had to wait to try again. i had an hsg done 5 months later the got pregnant 4 months later. good luck.
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