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Symptoms or wishful thinking?

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I was told a few years back I couldn't have children so imagine mine and my other half's surprise that after I was admitted to hospital with severe abdominal pains we find out I'm pregnant!! Unfortunately it was an ectopic and I had my left tube removed . We were devastated but tried to see it as at least we know we can. We''ve been ttc for about a month and nothing yet.
I've been having slight pain in my breasts, some back pain that feels like an achey pulse and some pains in my stomach that range from a small sharp pain to a dull pulse but hpt's are negative. I was wondering if anyone had similar experiences early in pregnancy, any advice on conceiving or if this is either wishful thinking or just from the surgery. Thanks!
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I'm sorry for your loss.  It certainly seems possible that you could be pregnant.  I would get a second opinion on that not able to have children diagnosis.  It appears they were wrong.  Good luck!

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It's so hard to say at this point.  Do you know how many days past ovulation you are?

 

If you haven't already, I would recommend reading "Taking Charge of Your Fertility"  It will teach all about charting so that you can be informed about your cycles, which is amazingly helpful when you're serious about getting pregnant.

 

Good Luck!

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