ttc after cornual
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ccwackie - March 19

Hello,
I am waiting for a very persistent cornual to take care of itself- dr seems to think it could take up to 4 months after negative hcg. Hcg has been under 5 for a month, just had first period. When this has finally resolved itself, would you recommend an hsg? This was my first pregnancy, but I feel very lucky it did not rupture, and i am scared that when i get pregnant again, i may have to deal with it all over again.
How long would you recommend to wait before ttc again, once I get the all clear that this is gone?
and does the increased rate for recurring ectopic apply to ones in the cornual region?
thank you!

 

Barry Jacobs, M. D. - March 20

If you had a cornual pregnancy which did not rupture, you are most fortunate. At 5 Iu/L, your pregnancy test is negative. Of course, have an HSG. If whatever was the cause of a cornual pregnancy persists, you are better served with IVF. Cornual pregnancy is rarely diagnosed before rupture, and the blood loss is enormous.
Good luck.

 

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