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Brown spotting, pain in right side, ectopic pregnancy. Left fallopian tube removed. Pregnancy possible?

Hi, im spotting pink & brownish, I already had my cycle 9 days ago & for the past two days ive been having slight pain on my right side but the killing part is I just had an ectopic pregancy surgery did Oct 29th of last uyear & my whole left fallopian tube had to be removed I just wanna know if im pregnant & if theres somthing I need to be worried about
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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hi there, a person with one incidence of ectopic pregnancy has a higher risk of a repeat ectopic by 10-20% so that possiblity is there.,I would suggest that you take a urine pregnancy test and a serum HCG levels if possible along with an abdominal ultra sound to rule out ectopic pregnancy on the right side. If all is fine then you may take the advise of your obstretician to controll the spotting if it is too troublesome. Take care.
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