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Can A Woman Get Pregeant With Her Tubes Tired
PG w Tubes Tied: Maybe is the best answer. The failure rate for tubal ligation is about 1% and the risk depends on surgery technique. If you want to get get pg then reversal surgery or ivf is required. Success depends on female age, other fertility factors like sperm quality, type of ligation, length of tubes. Ivf prob better if you are older since surgery requires 1-2 yrs to work. You need consult for details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
Can a person become pregnant after 24 years of having her tubes tied? I have missed two periods, and now my lower admin, feels odd, and it is discomfort to sleep on my side some or on my stomach which i normally sleep. In May felt tired and such and
Yes: A procedure called tubal ligation reversal is a surgery to reopen, untie, or reconnect a woman's fallopian tubes so she can become pregnant. In general, good candidates for tubal reversal are women who had only small parts of their fallopian tubes removed, or whose tubes were closed using rings or clips. Your GYN doctor will determine if you are a candidate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low failure rate: Failure rate is very low.Get a more detailed answer ›
Menopause: No. This would be unlikely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tubalanastamosis: The waiting time after tubal anastamosis (reconnection) depends upon the surgical approach till she can have relations. I let my patients decide when they feel ready to engage in sexual activity. ...Read more
Yes..but: The usual cut requires only a single stitch to close and is often invisible. ...Read more
How likely is it that a woman can get pregnant if her tubes have been tied, she has had her menstral cycle for the month but has pregnant symptoms?
Can a woman with her tubes tied get pregnant? This woman says the doctor told her she is 4months pregnant and they told her they would untie her tubes to allow her to have the baby.
The : The short answer is yes, but it may not be easy. The two options to get pregnant are 1) having tubal reversal surgery (untying your tubes) 2) in vitro fertilization. Many factors play into this decision such as the extent of the previous surgery, your age and the number of children you would like to conceive in the future. For patients who are young and desire more than one child, tubal reversal may be a better option. For patients who want a single child, or who are older and may need fertility treatments after there tubes are "untied", in vitro fertilization may be a better option. Typically with a tubal reversal surgery the procedure is open surgery with a 6-10 cm incision that lasts more than one hour and may require 1-2 nights stay in the hospital. There is also no guarantee that the tubes may be reversed but typically the success rate is 50-70% for at least "untying" one tube properly. The longer it has been since your tubes were tied or the more of your tube they removed during the surgery, the less likely it is to be successful. Recovery time can be 4-6 weeks. The other option is to do in vitro fertilization. Typically during this process you will take birth control for three weeks followed by injectable medicines for another 2.5-3 weeks (lupron, then gonadotropins). The goal of ivf is to mature 10-20 eggs. Once it is determined by ultrasound and blood tests that you have enough matured eggs, the eggs will be retrieved from your ovary (removed with a needle) using an ultrasound. Once the eggs are removed they are fertilized with your partner's sperm to form embryos (fertilized eggs/early pregnancies). The embryos are then transferred (placed) to your uterus 3 or 5 days later, depending on the embryo number and quality. Recovery time from the egg retrieval procedure takes 24-48 hours. There is basically no recovery time (minutes) from the transfer. In order to determine which procedure is best for your situation, you may consider an appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more
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