This fertility doctor talks about pregnancy w/o tubes about halfway down.
I had my right ovary and both tubes removed about six years ago. I was told that I couldn't get pregnant naturally, but I think I'm pregnant now. I need to know what the possibilities are. I still have my monthly cycle, so that means I'm still producing eggs. Can by some miracle I still get pregnant?"
If your pregnancy test is positive despite having no tubes, you should see your doctor right away and let her know about the pregnancy. It's very important that she knows about it, because getting pregnant without tubes can be very dangerous and increase the risk of complication such as an ectopic pregnancy."
That is from an actual fertility doctor. Someone above me just posted something from ehow? i think too on getting pregnant without tubes. Apparently is about a 1% chance. Tubes can even grow back.