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Scar ectopic - what happened with next pregnancy
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Posted 07 March 2020 - 06:32 PM
18 months ago I had a scar ectopic (the pregnancy implanted in my uterus but in scar tissue from a previous c section) which went undiagnosed until I started hemorrhaging during a D&C. My OB was the very relaxed kind who didn’t indicate any particular risks for future pregnancies but literature on the internet seems to suggest otherwise. Has anyone else on here had a scar ectopic? Can you tell me if you were advised of any specific risks for future pregnancies? I’m now 5.5 weeks with a surprise pregnancy and just want to know what to badger my doctors about. Due to my last experience I don’t trust everything worrisome to be picked up automatically.
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