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When can I get pregnant again after the right fallopian tube was removed previously ?

I had an ectopic pregnancy at May09,2011 which my right fallopian tube was removed. When is the right time for me to get pregnant again and how can I avoid the risk of ectopic pregnancy again?
Asked On : Sun, 29 May 2011
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Thanks for choosing A Ectopic gestation,the outlook for future pregnancies depends on several factors, especially whether the other Fallopian tube is patent and also that side ovary is normally ovulating.

As a general guide, after one ectopic pregnancy, 20 per cent of women will experience another ectopic pregnancy, 30 per cent will not become pregnant again and 50 per cent will have a successful pregnancy inside the womb.
Best to start conceive is wait for a cycle or two for Hcg levels to drop completely till zero.Take care.
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