Ectopic Pregnancy And Tubal Damage
I have one fallopian tube already removed and the one left was also effected with ectopic pregnancy. The doctor did a laproscopy, are there any chances for normal prengacy?
Ectopic pregnancy results from pre-existing tubal damage caused in 50% of the cases by tubal scarring caused by infections.
Fallopian tube damage frequently results from previous pelvic infection, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea.
Another possible cause of tubal damage is endometriosis and pelvic surgery.
Sometimes there is no apparent explanation for why an ectopic pregnancy has occurred.
However, it is known that once a woman has had an ectopic pregnancy, she has a higher chance of having another one and should be monitored carefully if another pregnancy is attempted or suspected.
Ectopic pregnancy that causes tubal damage may be repaired, but does not necessary guarantees that the next time the woman gets pregnant she will not have an ectopic pregnancy again.
It is possible to support this situation naturally, but the results really depend on the extent of the damage of the fallopian tube. If the fallopian tube has a minor or mild damage caused by scar tissue, natural therapies may be able to help the body eliminate this excess scar tissue and remove it from the body. Some women do not respond to these treatments, while other can conceive naturally afterwards.
Usually conventional fertility treatment using IVF are recommended with damage to the fallopian tubes as the risk of ectopic pregnancy increases.
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