I had an ectopic pregnancy once. I went to my doctor about it, though at that time, I didn't know I have an ectopic pregnancy. My Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), a peptide hormone produced in pregnancy that is made by the embryo soon after conception and later by the placenta, was rising. It was rising at half the rate it should if I were pregnant. Two days before my tubes ruptured, I was told I had a miscarriage and to not worry anymore. I was in pain, but I stopped worrying about it, until I landed in emergency room. I had laparoscopy and lost a tube.
I would like to think that if I had the strength to do it then, I would be compensated for that doctor's arrogance. Accident Compensation means that I might have made sure that doctor won't let her arrogance almost kill another woman again. I had to pay for hospitals bills for surgery because of that doctor's stupidity. Keypoint claims would have been a big help if I knew about them then. I'd settle for not having to pay a penny for something that wasn't my fault. Nowadays, you can take a pill to dissolve blockage in fallopian tubes and avoid surgery. They have a No Win No Fee agreement which makes it secure for clients seeking compensation. They make everything simple and easy for you. Why not talk to their specialist now to see if they can help you.