ectopic pregnancy

Intimacy was off the cards for months as I grieved my pregnancy. After all, sex is what led to my loss in the first place.
The author who worked on BBC’s Horrible Histories series said: "I’m sharing this story because infertility is an agony often felt in private."
I can’t imagine what might have happened if I wasn’t able to access or afford the emergency surgery I needed.
Monday will be the due date of my first miscarriage - I’ve realised that I need to mark the occasion
Imagine you have just been to a clinic and been told you have PID – Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. You have probably never
Imagine you have just been to a clinic and been told you have PID – Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. You have probably never
Yes, you did read the above statistic correctly; one in six couples experience infertility. Now think of all the couples that you know and who at some stage may have experienced infertility. But how many have you heard discuss it?
When we started our journey to parenthood we were busy in good careers, happy in marriage, young, fresh and keen. Like many, we rejoiced in the set of double blue lines on the pregnancy stick. We told our nearest and dearest, and booked the relevant medical appointments.
We were back to St Mary's in Manchester last week for a follow up after my operation in August to remove an ectopic pregnancy that ended in miscarriage. We'd been feeling very nervous and filled with dread about going because it was such a difficult operation and recovery.
Ectopic pregnancy account for one to two percent of all pregnancies. An even a smaller proportion of these reach full-term.