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April 22nd, 2009, 07:39 AM
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Hello, I am a 30 yr. old mother of 3yr. old son. In July 08' I had a miscarriage, Dec 09' Ectopic Pregnancy with removal of right fallopian tube. Sunday morning I went to the emergency room with severe pain and was diagnosed with a ruptured right cornual pregnancy and had to have the pregnancy removed with surgery. My doctor has told me nothing about this type of ectopic but only that it is extremely rare and dangerous. I haves since done research on my own any have found that future fertility seems extremely high risk. My question is has anyone out there experienced this and what outcome did you have (regarding future pregnancy)? Please Help!!!
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April 22nd, 2009, 08:59 AM
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They removed your right tube and you still ovulated and implanted from that side? Just want to make sure I'm researching the right thing...I've never experienced an ectopic but a few women on the board have...

I hope your doc is able to help you get a healthy bean that implants in the right spot!!
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April 22nd, 2009, 09:38 AM
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Ive never experienced a cornual pregnancy, I am not sure what one is and cant seem to find anything on google. I did have an ovarian ectopic last March though. And my fertility doesnt seem to have been affected since I have been pregnant twice since
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April 22nd, 2009, 03:07 PM
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I am not sure about a cornuel pregnancy because I don't know what it is, but I also had an ectopic last year and have been pregnant twice since then- in fact the removal of my left tube seemed to make me more fertile...maybe my other ovary went into overdrive! I hope someone else has an experience with the cornuel ectopic thing. I also found that the website ectopic pregnancy trust run out of the UK had a lot of info and even have nurses as moderators on their message boards who are really knowledgable- you may want to try there as well.
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April 23rd, 2009, 06:38 AM
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Not sure what a cornual ectopic is but I did have an ectopic and my right tube removed in Oct 07. I got pg with my DS by accident the next month (oops ) He is now 9m old! O' and the egg he came from came from my right ovary and went down my only remaining tube...my left.
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