When conducting surgery to remove one fallopian tube the whole "burden" falls squarely on the remaining fallopian tube, which requires more careful attention to women's health. If after the transfer of operations in the future we plan to successfully carry and give birth to a child. After the operation for six months it is advisable to give the female body time to recover and to take measures for protection from pregnancy during this recovery period. After six months the female reproductive organs begin to work in its normal mode.
When planning a pregnancy it is necessary to conduct a full examination of potential parents for the presence of all kinds of hidden infections, bacteria and various specific diseases, which can affect the development of pregnancy.
In order to avoid problems with the pregnancy must be excluded in the remaining fallopian tube the presence of inflammation and adhesions that may hinder penetration of the fertilized egg into the uterus for further normal development.
It is desirable to determine the day of ovulation, during which increases the likelihood of conceiving a child. There are many ways to identify the day when ovulation occurs, for example, the use of special tests to determine ovulation or basal temperature measurement.