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An important cause of ectopic pregnancy is a chronic pelvic infection
which is possible to affect both tubes. In this respect, it is important that you should be investigated for possible infections ( Chlamydia, Ureaplasma
etc) and treated upon with appropriate antibiotics before attempting to fall pregnant again. Failure to receive adequate treatment might result to re-occurrence.
As concerns the cycle, you might need to be on the hormones for a few more months if every thing doesn't normalizes by next month. This is a common happening and it is due to hormonal imbalances after being altered by the pregnancy.
You will need strict follow up, doing a rapid pregnancy test ecah time you miss your period and when ever the test is positive, you will have to do an ultrasound
to check for the location of the pregnancy.
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