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September 6th, 2012, 02:04 PM
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We have finally decided to try to concieve after my ectopic in August of 2010. My biggest fear is that I won't be able to get pregnant again, We have been trying for about 4 months now, and I guess that isn't a long time but with my first two I blinked and I was pregnant. Maybe I'm just starting to get discouraged that it hasn't happened yet.

Another question I had lap surgery and they had to remove my left tube and ever since the surgery my left side sticks out...its like a little pooch and the right side is completely flat. It's not really noticable unless I point it out to people...but that makes me worried. Has this happened to anyone else?
Also is there any way to know what side you ovulate on whether it's the good side or bad side?

Sorry for all the questions, any help or advice would be great.
Thanks in Advance
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