A previous history of ectopic pregnancy as said above in the response to a similar question is associated with a good chance of having a normal intra-uterine pregnancy. So, after an episode of ectopic pregnancy, you should wait for about three to six months before trying to conceive. After this, you and your partner should have adequate well spaced frequent intercourse of about three times a week for about six months to one year ensuring the use of folic acid during this period. Because a previous history of ectopic pregnancy is associated with a risk of another episode of ectopic pregnancy, it is imperative that as soon as you miss your period, you should confirm your pregnancy and present to your gynecologist to exclude an ectopic pregnancy. Peradventure if after six months to one year of trying to conceive, there is no conception, quickly present to your gynecologist for infertility work up and advice on assisted reproductive technology. For more information, take a moment to CHAT WITH OUR CONSULTANTS.