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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   Hello.
User :   My wife had an ectopic pregnancy. I want to know what are the chances of having the same pregancy in the left tube as the right tube is removed.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   I can help you with that
User :   What do you suggest in this case?
Doctor :   The chances are surely high
Doctor :   since ectopic pregnancy tends to recurr
User :   Should we go for IVF or similar treatment?
Doctor :   No.
User :   It occurred in the right fallopian tube and as a result it is removed
Doctor :   As soon as she concieves
Doctor :   she must consult an obstetrician
Doctor :   to follow up
User :   We did, but of no use.
User :   had an ultrasound in 5 weeks and by that time it got reputured.
Doctor :   If the ectopic is picked up early
Doctor :   It can be treated with drugs
User :   Okay.
User :   So when should we do an ultrasound to determine it?
User :   2 weeks?
Doctor :   Yes, when you
Doctor :   you suspect that she is pregnant

Doctor :   she must consult the doctor
User :   Hello
Doctor :   are yiout ehre
Doctor :   there
Doctor :   It shows you moved away please get back to us if you have medical queries
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