Quoting Vindictive:" LOL. I didn't google it. I followed it from the previous link. And I made sure to check the resources before I posted it. & Don't get me started on the God + virgin bullsmurf."
Hey, I'm Catholic and I DO believe the whole God + Virgin Mary = Jesus thing...
But I would NEVER be so prideful as to compare myself to the Virgin Mary or say that my pregnancy was a miracle. If something is a miracle, there is NO SCIENTIFIC WAY it can happen---so if you have 1,000,000:1 odds, its not a miracle. You just happened to be the 1.
That being said, any pregnancy that would result from a positive test after having no tubes should be considered to be a dangerous and terrifying until AFTER the first ultrasound is done---because it is 1000x more likely that the pregnancy is not in the uterus as there was no tube for the egg to travel down to find its way into the uterus----it would have to travel down along side the uterus, down past the cervix and then travel back up THROUGH the cervix.
And yes, tube DO grow back, but that is when they are cut/burned/"tied"---not when the entire length of the tube is REMOVED. I have never read a case where the tubes grew back after a complete removal.
IF she is indeed pregnant, the reasonable explanations would be:
1. The doctor didn't do a complete removal and only removed the damaged portion of the tube and that small section of the tube grew back---this is unlikely as when an ectopic pregnancy ruptures a tube, most of the tube then becomes unusable and the gap is usually too wide for a regrowth to be possible.
2. The sperm traveled AROUND the uterus to go up to the released egg near the ovary---then the fertilized egg goes down and around the uterus and goes up through the cervix to implant in the uterus (I'm gonna go with this being insanely rare and essentially "impossible" as normal vaginal discharge would most-likely wash it out of the body when it got down to the cervix---not to mention that eggs adn sperm are not "programmed" to take that route---and that gravity would not allow it to travel UPWARD as a fertilized egg no longer has the flagellae that a sperm has to propel it upward.)
3. The sperm traveled around the uterus and fertilized the egg up near the ovary and then the egg implanted somewhere OUTSIDE the uterus. This would, by FAR, be the most likely outcome.