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how soon is a good time to have sex and is it pain ful because your insides are all out of wack and how soon to try for another shot at mother hood me and her have some unfinished business.

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Hallo! Well your doctor will probably wish to examine you a month or so after surgery, and it is probably best to wait (to have sex) until after this check-up. If you do not want to become pregnant at this time, ask about suitable forms of contraception. If one of the tubes has ruptured or was removed, a woman will still continue to ovulate as before, but her chances of conceiving will be reduced to about 50%. If the tube is saved, the reduction is less and her chance of pregnancy will rise to around 60%. The overall chances of a repeat ectopic are between 7-10% and this depends on the type of surgery carried out and any underlying damage to the remaining tube(s). When one Fallopian tube is damaged (because of adhesions, for instance), there is an increased chance that the second tube may be damaged also. This means not only that the chance of conceiving is less than normal, but also that there is an increased risk of a further ectopic pregnancy. In cases associated with the IUCD (coil), there does not appear to be an increased risk of future ectopic pregnancy if the coil is removed. Most doctors advise women to wait for at least three months for another pregnancy, to allow time for their body to recover, although individual circumstances may vary. Emotional recovery after ectopic pregnancy is very individual; some women want to get pregnant again immediately, while others find the thought of another pregnancy very frightening. You and your partner are the best judges of when - or perhaps whether - you are emotionally and physically ready to try again. If you have had an ectopic pregnancy you should consult your doctor immediately you suspect that you might be pregnant again, so that you can be monitored closely. Similarly, if a period is late, if menstrual bleeding is different from normal or if there is abdominal pain, you should ask to be examined, reminding the doctor, if necessary, of the previous ectopic pregnancy. Hopefully these informations will help you. :-)
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