Hi... I had my right tube removed after an ectopic on 2nd November... I had my first period 28 days after.....Great I'm regular again !!! or so I thought....... now I'm 7 days late with no signs...Is it usual to be irregular in the first few months ? Please help Thanks xxx
I guess you could be off cycle. But, you had your first period 28 days later??? I have had a couple of ectopics and I never had a problem with my cycles afterwards. You might want to take an hpt to make sure your not pregnant, tjhat would answer your cycle question right? Good luck to you.
Typically a woman's cycle gets a little crazy after you give birth, miscarry, or have surgery. Your body has been through a great trauma and it'll take time getting back to a routine. It may take up to a year.
I had an ectopic in June of 2007...my periods were insane after the surgery...55 days, then 50 days, then 47 days...this one was 42 days and I got my bfp....so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this one sticks :D
hello every one out there. am twenty seven years old i have been reading everybody's experiences, some i can relate to but has not yet seen one identical to mine. i had two etopic pergnancy in 2002 and the other 2004. As a reslut had my right tube remove, i also had the left tube ted (well that's what the doctors said). i am from the caribbean and there we refer to my condition as "tie off". at the time i wasn't interested in babies so i didnt "care". but now i am married and would like to get pregnant some day. that been said is there hope for me? i welcome your thoughts.
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