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Coping with ectopic after having methotrexate

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LouJane Mon 05-Sep-11 14:10:16

Is this the right place to post?

Has anyone else been through the emotional turmoil of coping with the wait after having methotrexate for an ectopic pregnancy?

It's been 4 weeks now since I was diagnosed and 1 week since the injection, 5 days in hospital and many scans and blood tests. I'm so nervous every time I get a slight symptom I think I'm going to have a ruptured tube and need to be rushed into A&E.

I have been offered a lap but I so want to save my tube if I possibly can.

The waiting for my hcg levels to fall is agony!

I never thought I would be hoping not to be pregnant!

Amo101 Mon 05-Sep-11 16:34:13

I had methotrexate in February (I'd already lost one tube in October to a previous ectopic). The waiting is horrible especially as all you normally want is the levels to go up and this time you're wishing they'd go down!

It took a couple of weeks for me - I think - but it is a bit of a blur as I took no time off work so I was asleep on my feet most of the time.

But don't worry as long as you're having the blood tests when you're told you'll be fine - I too had loads of twinges that made me panic, if you're ever worried call the hospital and ask their opinion - that's what they're there for!

hairylights Mon 05-Sep-11 16:55:51

Oh bless you. I remember it well. Absolutely agonising sad when it's all over you'll feel better.

Mama5isalive Mon 05-Sep-11 19:10:03

firstly - im so sorry for your loss! and what your going through now,i also remember the pain was awful! found out why i was in pain your pregnant so my joy was short lived scan confirmed it tubal pregnancy, huh ???
thankfully i was monitered and my blood levels dropped and after countless scans, sac didnt go but pain stopped and a few weeks later my AF came and all went back to normal well as normal as it could but thankful had no op!

Be kind to your self and if concerned go back to the hospital!

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