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Hello,

my name is Paula. I had yesterday my third miscarriage and my second estopic pregnancy. The doctor said that my left fallopian tube has a big scar and the egg cannot travel all the way to the uteris. I was wondering. How big is the chance that next time the egg will travel thru the right fallopian tube? I am 30 and I am desperate to become a mother.

Is it true that without insurance the IVF cost around 10 000 - 15 000 dollars?

Thank you for any advise, help and answer.

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Men dont necessary need to come inside of you that you have to become pregnant. It is enough by the intercourse that he is losing fluid. I would wait until you miss your period and then go from there.
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I know what you mean. I also had my left fallopian tube removed due to Ectopic pregnancy in 1999.i am 34 n been trying for 8yrs. I had planned to do IVF too my answers where 10 000-15000 with no insurance n if I remove my right tube it will only be 5000. they say if you had a ectopic pregnancy already chances are the other tube may be scared and thats its less chances to become preg. I am also desperate to become a mother agian. i have a 13yrs old daughter. iknow i probable didn"t anwser your question but i wanted to let you know you are not alone in this. What i think I understood from the dr. was most of that money is on meds. is this ture im not sure.
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