Chances Of Getting Pregnant Again After Pregnancy Outside The Womb?
Greetings, dear doctor..rnSy Yazidah, tell me a little bit that I have been pregnant 3 times. The first pregnancy was cured due to miscarriage 😂 on February 11, 2014, the second pregnancy was delivered by caesarean section on June 27, 2015 , the third pregnancy was declared to be pregnant outside the womb and then had a KET operation on March 31, 2018 ago (the right ovary was cut). It’s sad to experience this, even though we want to have another child soon (considering my age is 33 and my husband is 34).rnQuestion:rn1. Can I get pregnant again naturally?rn2. What is the ideal distance for me to get pregnant again and have a healthy pregnancy?rn3. If one day I get pregnant again (Amen…) can I give birth normally? rnThanks in advance for the answer.
Surgical removal of your right ovary will not immediately make you infertile or infertile, because you still have one more ovary, which if functioning normally, can still allow you to get pregnant again.
1. You may still be pregnant, the chances are not much different from having 2 ovaries.
2. After 2-3 menstrual cycles, you should be able to plan a pregnancy again. There is no fixed rule that requires you to linger for the next pregnancy. But still have to pay attention to the condition of physical and psychological readiness of the mother-to-be. Read: Pregnancy after KET
3. After a cesarean delivery, you can still plan a normal birth. Of course this will depend on the condition of your pregnancy, the condition of the baby and your own condition. But generally, it would be advisable to cesarean again.
That's the explanation, I hope it's useful.