If they removed your tube, then I don't think you can get pg from that side. How would the egg travel from your ovary down to your uterus? I think you can only get pg from your left side however you could still harvest eggs from your right side and use those for invetro or something... Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
So if you feel that your right side ovulated this month, then I don't think you can be pg. But some people ovulate out of both sides during a cycle...
i had an implant bleed with my son, it was 2 days before AF was due. it was very light....not enough to even use a pad, and the blood was more brown in color. heavy bleeding is usually a sign of AF not implant. but you could always take a hpt just to be sure. i have had a cycle like yours a few times. started to spot 2 days early and thought it might have been an implant bleed. but then i started to bleed heavy and got a neg hpt. if you want to be 100% sure call your dr and have them do a blood test.....it is more accurate sometimes.
good luck and lots of baby dust.....kimmie
thanks Kimmie for your response...not quite sure what you mean by AF? I feel stupid but I can't figure it out??
AF is Aunt Flo - your period.
Thanks, Iwanttobeamom, but I actually know that you can get pregnant from the side they remove a tube. My Dr. said that it can travel over the uterus and down the other tube-wild, huh?. I was just unsure if it does this all the time and if anyone knew what percentage of the time it does....thanks so much for your response!
Ohhh...Aunt Flo! I like that! thanks.