Hi Cher. I'm sorry you are in the situation to join this group...but these ladies are amazing! I have found so much comfort here, I don't know what I would have done without it! We are here for you to talk about whatever you like with no judgement or insults (where else can you get that)?! Hugs to you and I am very sorry for your loss!
(((HUGS)))) I'm sorry for your loss.
sorry for your loss. will keep you in my paryers. hugs
I did not have an ectopic pregnancy, but i do know what it is to loose a baby that you were realy looking foward to welcoming into the world. I feel for your loss, but things will get better. Right now it may seem like the world is crumbling around you, but trust me it will hurt less with time. I hope you luck in the future.
Quoting yperez0209:(((HUGS)))) I'm sorry for your loss.
Welcome to the group Cher. I'm very sorry for your loss (((hugs))) This group is great, it's helped me so much!
I had an ectopic 5 months ago, and they removed part of my left tube. When going in for my post op appointments, I asked lots of questions.
One question that I thought of this morning (while thinking maybe I should post the questions I asked my dr during all my post ops) was "Is it possible for the remaining part of my tube to 'catch' an egg?" The answer I got was, "It is possible" but they could not guarantee that because a subsequent question about the tube being open or closed was unknown due to cauterizing it.
I understand your situation is slightly different from me. If you would like, I could put up all of my questions and the answers I received.
I was also an emotional wreck after the surgery because I felt like I had killed my baby after doing everything I possibly could to try and save it (diagnosed low progesterone- and taking supplements).
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