I ovulated over the weekend. I feel blessed because I can feel when I ovulate. It saves a lot of money not buying the ovulation kits. I have my yearly on Wednesday and I'm so excited. I don't think I will ever say that again, but I am looking forward on seeing my doctor again. I had an ectopic pregnancy last October and had my right tube removed. My husband and I started trying again in March and have had no luck conceiving as of yet. I wanted to ask how long we should wait before we try other options? We have been trying for almost 2 years and I've been pregnant twice, but lost my first baby in June and the second due to ectopic in October. I'm just scared that with only one tube it might take a lot longer to get pregnant. Do any of you only have one tube and what does your doctors say to do?
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