We recently found out we were expecting. We were excited and blessed to know that God had given us another little one and that he/she would be joining our family soon, but after several days of severe stomach pain on my right side and a spot of blood, we decided to head to the emergency room to have the baby and I checked out. After a few tests, they discovered that the baby was not growing in my uterus but in my right fallopian tube. Mathieu and I were heart broken but also at peace knowing that God already knows the outcome and He will see us through this. The E.R. doctor told us that there were two things that could happen but of course it would depend on what the GYN had to say. I could get a shot of a cancer drug that aborts the baby and my body would then absorb any leftover tissue, or I could have surgery to remove the baby. Mathieu and I did not want to have the shot, the long term effects and the procedure didn't follow our beliefs. We prayed and cried out to God to help us to know what the right thing was and if we were suppose to have the shot to let us know that. A few minutes after praying the GYN came in and let us know the two options again but after her explanation she went on to say that she felt it was safer for us to have the surgery. She couldn't tell from the ultrasounds the amount of damage that had been done so she felt surgery was better. Mathieu and I were so happy that we could feel God hands and Him moving.
The surgery went well and the doctor took pictures to show us how the surgery went. She found more blood than she thought there was and was glad we went with the surgery. I did loose my right fallopian tube but I still have both ovaries and my left fallopian tube. While this has some affect on our fertility, we know that God has control over how many blessings we have and when we have them. We are thankful for His knowledge and His timing, though it's not what we always want it's always best.