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hi i am 30. We have two sons and trying for a another child. however last pregnancy was an eptoic that ruptured. one tube was removed and a chunk of my uterus (fetus had implanted at top of uterus where it joined tube hence part of uterus being remove

Jane ...
Answer: Hello, Your question was not complete but I'm guessing that what you're asking is what are your chances of being able to conceive again? I would be guided by the obstetrician's advice or the surgeon who did the surgery. And your GP should be able to give you more specific advice as well, based on the discharge summary they would have received after your surgery. Conception usually occurs in the fallopian tubes and in cases of ectopic pregnancy where a tube has been removed, or less frequently, where part of the uterus is involved, there is often an effect of subsequent pregnancies and conception. You may benefit from having a review and individualised assessment by an obstetrician or preferably, the doctor who did your surgery. Perhaps you may also benefit from a review by a fertility specialist who would be able to review all of your history and provide you with more specific information. Best Jane
Answered: 23 Aug 2015