Nov6th 2011 I found I was pregnant with my second child, this was the day after daughters 8th birthday. At about my 6th week of pregnancy I started spotting and having severe pain, I had a ectopic pregnancy and wound up having my left tube removed. Since I've had months where I thought I could be pregnant but wasnt, my periods are normal but longer now. I'm hoping this time I was able to conceive but I'm not counting on it anymore. Has anyone had this same issue and had a successful pregnancy since? I'm starting to believe it will never happen for me...please help! The experience of that loss was soo depressing and I'm still heartbroken, I feel like a failure! What happened I'm only 26View Thread
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