Ectopic Pregnancy And Conception
In 2006 I found out that I was pregnant in the lining of my tubes. I had to have surgery, and I still have both of my tubes.
I was told by the doctor I can still get pregnant. I have been trying since then. Please help me I want to know can I still get pregnant.
And oh by the way this happened to me cause I was told I stopped using the birth control patch without informing my doctor so my eggs was backed up.ANSWER:
It is possible to get pregnant after having an ectopic pregnancy if you still have your tubes.
In some cases having an ectopic pregnancy can cause scarring on the fallopian tubes and this may put you at risk of having another tubal pregnancy.
The scars can damage the lining of the tubes which have cilia that move the embryo to the uterus. If this movement is impaired the embryo gets stuck in the tube failing to move down to the correct location.
This can be helped with homeopathic remedy called Thiosinaminum 6X taken daily together with Silica 6X in tissue salt preparation.
Also, as soon as you have a positive pregnancy test, make sure to notify your doctor so that the right action can be taken to investigate and make sure the embryo is in the uterus.
To help you conceive, eat a healthy diet, take fertility vitamins that can help and support your body during this time. Mineral and vitamin deficiencies
are often at the root cause of difficulty in getting pregnant.
Women who are trying to conceive after been on the patch benefit from doing a fertility cleanse in order to help the body prepare for healthy conception and pregnancy.
Toxins do accumulate within our organs and tissue and can affect fertility, reproduction and pregnancy.
Toxicity from the patch comes from accumulation within the body of synthetic hormones. These hormones do not easily leave the body and tend to circulate within the blood stream until you decide to help their elimination through a cleanse.
Ectopic pregnancies are link to high levels of toxicity that is present in the fluid that builds up inside the fallopian tubes called hydrosalpinx.
Most women do not know that have this condition unless they do a test called Hysterosalpingogram (HSG).
During this test, the doctor injects a dye that shows if there is a connection between the uterus and the fallopian tubes, through a picture.
Women who have blocked or scarred tubes may have high toxicity levels in mucus or fluid built up inside the fallopian tubes.
The best way to avoid this, is to cleanse, do castor oil packs and if possible pelvic massage.
If scar tissue is already present, enzymatic therapy, homeopathy can help. Also, to reduce inflammation, herbal remedies can be very helpful.
If you are interested in this type of natural approach to prevent ectopic pregnancy and maintain your fallopian tubes healthy, see this natural program for healthy fallopian tubes