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If you have already undergone a surgery for an ectopic pregnancy and a possible salpingectomy or salpingostomy then it is advisable that you should avoid pregnancy for at least 2 months to allow the post surgical wound to heal. If the tube has been removed as in salpingectomy then you may conceive through the other tube if its patent, but you must understand that the chances of a repeat ectopic pregnancy after one is increased by 30 percent. Secondly if the tube is not removed and just the pregnancy was removed out of the tube then chances of post op adhesions in that very tube are high and chances of ectopic in that tube is also increased.
So it is advised that if you plan for pregnancy , there should be a gap of 3 months at least and whenever your pregnancy test is positive you should definitely get a ultrasound pelvis done to confirm an intrauterine pregnancy first and always keep your physician in picture .
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