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I have had two ectopic pregnancies, and, as a result have had my fallopian tubes removed. Do you have treatment for me?

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Yes. IVF treatments would be an excellent solution for someone who has had two ectopic pregnancies and subsequently had to have their fallopian tubes removed. We have a variety of IVF treatments to consider, and in your case — if your primary issue is a tubal issue, and you feel that you have good quality eggs or sperm, natural cycle IVF (nIVF) is an excellent option because there is little to no risk involved (since we don’t use medications or alter hormone levels at all). Please consider contacting us for a consultation.

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