Hiya I am 29 now, I had my first ectopic in 2006, I didnt know I was pregnant and was extreme pain, and the doctors sent me straight to hospital, and they descovered that I was having an ectopic, and that my tube had ruptured and I was bleeding internally, therefore they took my left tube away. 4 months later I had a miscarriage. Then in 2007 I was pregnant again, and they couldnt see a sac on scan and my hormone was high enough to be able to see one, so I had the methotrexate injection, and it worked. Then in 2008 I got pregnant again and it was ectopic, they squuzed the tube this time, then in 2009, I was pregnant yet again, they did scans and saw nothing, my hormone levels was rising every 48hours, they got 5000, and they scanned me again, and there it was my little baby sac in my left tube, they kept me in hospital as I opted to have the methotrexate injection again, the first one didnt work, so they gave me another one, it made me so ill, then the following night in hospital I had severe pain in my shoulder and they told me I was bleeding internally, they took my remaining tube, but it wasnt my tube that had ruptured it was the blood from the feutus, I really wish I had got a scan photo, even tho I knew the feutus would never survive, I wish I had got its photo, because after all I have been through, Ive got nothing to show for it. I am obviously quite fertile,and we are going to try IVF, but is there any hope for me getting pregnant naturally without my tubes? I now have a cyst on my ovary the size of a tennis ball and I need surgery yet again. I feel so alone, and feel different to other women because I cant get pregnant, it has ruined me as a person, I am miserable all the time!! Does anyone feel the same or anyone have same experience as me that knows and understands how im feeling?
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