Hi guys!! I know that this thread is kind of a cross between the TTC After Ectopic, and Metho and Ectopic Pregnancy threads. I thought I would start this one for anyone who just doesn't seem to be having any luck conceiving after their ectopic. Whether you have conceived, and miscarried, or have had fertility, or menstrual problems that are the obstacles in your way of getting to that BFP, and your precious little baby. This is the place to be!! I myself had two perfect cycles after my Ectopic Pregnancy. My ectopic was surgically removed along with my right fallopian tube in April, 2008. Had two beautiful 30 day long ovulatory cycles afterwards, then 7 months of looong dreadful, miserable anovulatory cycles after that. Finally got checked out in October. Ultrasound showed that everything structurally was fine, no cysts, no fibroids. Only thing was that I have a retroverted uterus which I was told has no impact on your chances of conceiving. Woo hoo!! TSH was normal, Prolactin was normal. I just was not friggin ovulating!!! Prometrium was taken to induce my period three times, all with terrible side effects: Moodiness, hot flashes, sweating like a pig 24/7. Each cycle after the Prometrium, I was suppose to give my body a chance to try and ovulate on its own, which it didn't. Finally in December, AF started on the 14th after taking Prometrium for 10 days. Ovulated on my own on day 22 of my cycle. Only BDd once, the day before ovulation. Still remained hopeful that there was a chance that I caught the egg......Nope!! Af started today. So, now I try Clomid this cycle. Even though I ovulated on my own this month, my doc fears I may ovulate infrequently, and therefore Clomid will increase my chances by hopefully making me ovulate regularly (and earlier) every month. So Im gonna give it a whirl on Tuesday through Saturday. My doc gave me a strict regimen to follow: "Take Clomid day 3-7 of your cycle. Have intercourse on days 12, 14, 16 of your cycle. No intercourse between that! Progesterone check on day 21". Never thought having a baby would have to be so scientific. But whatever it takes, I am willing to do!! Anyone else been having issues after their ectopic???? Would love to hear them! Please join me! I am 27, my ectopic was first ever pregnancy, and not the best way to experience my first pregnancy. Feel free to post your stories!!