Hiya girls i was just wondering if any else has had an ectopic pregnancy or has got endometriosis with being so young?
I had an ectopic pregnancy last August which i had to have removed in September which resulted in me being left with only one tube! They found severe endometriosis within my pelvic region when they operated on me too.
I got told that my chances of ever being a mum was very low and then i concieved a month after my op with my little bambino that i have now . I was 18 when i had my ectopic and when i concieved, was 19 in December xx
I've never had an ectopic pregnancy, but I do have my own little miracle. I'm glad you've had a healthy pregnancy so far, congrats on the pregnancy.
I've been told that I could never have children, and if I was able to somehow conceive then it would be unlikely that I would be able to carry a child to term. My first pregnancy was a shock and I was told that I have no choice other than to terminate it or my health and it's would have been in danger. It was the most terrible experience in my life, mostly because after I did it took four months (5 1/2 months pregnant) before I miscarried and found out that the termination had FAILED. I was SO horrified.
Three or so years later me and my best friend (who had just begun dating) conceived after him asking me to NTNP when I finished college in a few years. Now I'm 38 weeks and he's thrilled to be a dad
Hey Hun I haven't had an ectopic pregnancy nor do I have endometriosis but one of my really good friends has it. She also has PCOS and was told that if she wants to have kids she will need a lot of assistance to get pregnant i.e with fertility drugs etc. She's gotten pregnant once but had a miscarriage sadly.
Congrats on your pregnancy and it's so good that this one stuck!
My mum has endometriosis and used fertility drugs to full pregnant with me, and was told that she wouldn't conceive on her own esteem sadly they were wrong and my mum had my little sister at 40 (mum found out the morning she was due to have the surgery to clear her out and tie her tubes) i
While the risk of having an ectopic pregnancy because of the nature of the condition is higher, plenty of women have perfectly healthy pregnancies. It's great to see you have a healthy little bumpy inside you now.
I had an eptopic last year in May. I was so lucky not to lose my tube! I was due to go in to have an injection to 'make it pass' but I started on my own that morning which I much proffered. So sorry to here about your horrible time but how wonderful that you we're able to conceive so quickly!
Hiya I have just seen your post I have endometriosis and PCOS I was diognoised with PCOS when I was 15 and endo when I was 16 I was also told at 16 that my chances of becoming a mum where slim to none and now I am 19 weeks pregnant!
We managed to prove those doctors wrong, I am sorry for your loss but wish you all the best with your pregnancy x
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