A couple of weeks ago I got told I was having a miscarriage, I was 4 weeks pregnant. This news was very upsetting but I was always eager to try again.
After a week of bleeding, I developed new pains and was taken to hospital where they discovered I was having an ectopic pregnancy and not a miscarriage. That night I had an emergency operation (laparoscopy) to remove the pregnancy and my right fallopian tube.
I am so worried that this will affect my chances of getting pregnant again and am so worried that it will happen again. But I am trying to keep positive.
Before I had the operation the nurse told me I will still be able to have children and will recover quickly and will be able to try again. The leaflet I was given about Laparoscopy's says you can start having sexual intercourse when the bleeding has stopped. However, when I was discharge the doctor advised not trying for 3 months so that I'm emotionally and physically ready.
Waiting 3 months will be very hard for me. I feel emotionally OK and can't wait to try again and I'm healing well and in a few weeks hope to be back to normal.
I would love to know when others started trying again after an ectopic/laparoscopy?
My only concern is that there would be a risk to the pregnancy if I got pregant quickly?
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