P.S. sorry forgot the rest. Basically at the moment ours looks unexplained, I have been referred for a lap and dye to check tubes as that is the only possibility that they will check at this stage.
I wonder how the weight thing really is that big a deal- on the basis that you have previously been pregnant. So you obviously are capable of conceiving but you need help to maintain it. it must be something to do with should you need surgery. Not a clue. I had an obese friend who had a pretty similar story to yours and conceived naturally without help after a miscarriage and ectopic. Gave birth to a perfectly healthy child. We on the other hand a reasonably fit, normal weight etc etc and have never once conceived.
Sorry to hear about your losses OP. Are you in the UK? If so, the usual process is that they do more blood tests, a ultrasound and a HSG to check if yuor remaining tube is ok. As you are aware, they will probably focus on your weight. I had two early miscarriages in 2009 and when I had my fs appointment all she could focus on was my (low) weight.
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