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I am a lady of 30 years who has got pregnant before but all resulted in miscarriage. Now I have done two surgeries on both my fallopian tubes. Meaning I have no tubes. Last surgery was an ectopic, which was done about two weeks ago. So my doctor told me that the only option is to do IVF. So I'm asking how many years or months should I wait before starting IVF?
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Your doctor is correct that IVF is the way forward and you can start as you want after your operation. You are only 30 years old and have proven fertility so you do not need to rush into treatment.