about 13 years ago i had an emergency surgery to remove my left fallopian tube. i had an ectopic pregnancy that ruptured and almost killed me. i thought that meant that that tube would have been tied off after surgery and completely inacessible. i am going to get the records for that to see just what they did. of course all they told me was that they removed it. i was in alot of pain and sad bc i lost the baby. i spent the next 10 years trying to heal from that. so i didnt really ask too many questions about what they actually did in there. i just assumed no tube meant no tube. now i am wondering if there was still some tube left and would they have joined the ends together or just left them open to heal on their own.
this is my 3rd pregnancy since the surgery. i asked all 3 times which side i o'ed on at my us's. i get one at 6 weeks to confirm it is not ectopic then the 20 week one to make sure all the anatomy is where it belongs. the first 2 were girls and i o'ed on the rt side. they could see the corpus luteum very clearly. this time i forgot to ask at the 6 week one. i was sure we wouldnt see anything at the 20 week. it usually is gone by then. however, i did ask. the tech said it is usually gone by now but she looked anyway. and found the last vestiges of a corpus luteum in the left ovary. i know from research that the corpus luteum only forms from where o'ing took place. i know exactly when i o'ed and how long it took after that to get a pos test. i o'ed oct 7th and got a pos 14 days later. i charted and saw an implantation rise and everything. so it didnt take that long to get there.
so my question is: does anybody know anything about tubal ectomies? would my tube be open? or would the egg go around to the other side? i am confused on this.