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Doctor insights on: Can Ovarian Tubes Grow Back After Cut Tied And Burned

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I'm 11 days late on my period and just found out that I have and ovarian cysts would that be the cause of my delay period. Tube tied not clip and burn.

I'm 11 days late on my period and just found out that I have and ovarian cysts would that be the cause of my delay period. Tube tied not clip and burn.

No: Usually ovarian cysts does not cause delay in periods untill unless they make hormones and pump them into your blood which is a remote and highly unlikely possibility.

However delay in period need to be rectified. Occasional delay is ok. If this is persistent or more frequent your thyroid and other organs needs to be checked up. ...Read more

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How long does it take for your tubes to grow back together if your tubes are tied an cut how many years. My tubes was tied n cut on feb.17 2010

How long does it take for your tubes to grow back together if your tubes are tied an cut how many years. My tubes was tied n cut on feb.17 2010

BTL is forever: If your fallopian tubes were cut, you had a bilateral tubal ligation, then you do not expect them to grow back together. Tubal ligation is a permanent sterilization procedure.
Sometimes, you can do surgery to reattach the tubes. And sometimes, rarely, the surgery fails and you can get pregnant.
Most of the time, if you want to be pregnant, ivf would be necessary. ...Read more

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I'm 38 tubes been tied n burn since 1998 what are my chances?

I'm 38 tubes been tied n burn since 1998 what are my chances?

Not zero: All tubal ligations (tubes tied off) include tying off both cut ends of the Fallopian tubes, cutting each tube and burning the cut ends with eclectrocautery. You would think that there is no way that a sperm could fertilize an egg after all if those procedures. On average 1:250 women with bilateral tubal ligation get pregnant. ...Read more

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My tube got tie or burn in 2004. Now we in 2013 my husband in I been trying to have a baby. Would have a baby.

My tube got tie or burn in 2004. Now we in 2013 my husband in I been trying to have a baby. Would have a baby.

Fresh eggs: It may be technically possible but a problem as getting tubes to work again after they were tied is not always successful. A fertility dr could help you ovulate & harvest some eggs through a laparoscope. Your husbands sperm could be added to the eggs and the resulting embryos placed into your womb. Difficult & expensive but possible. ...Read more

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My tubes are tied but I've being having heart burn and shortness of breath what could it mean?

My tubes are tied but I've being having heart burn and shortness of breath what could it mean?

Many possibilities: These symptoms can come from a variety of things. For example, some people who are overweight experience frequent heartburn and shortness of breath. Also, heart disease can present differently in women than men. Angina (heart-related pain) can seem like heartburn and shortness of breath can accompany it. It has nothing to do with the state of your tubes. Please see your physician about this. ...Read more

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When my little daughter born 2005 I had tube tibe will be get pregnacy again? I want one! Because I had tube tied no burn!

When my little daughter born 2005 I had tube tibe will be get pregnacy again? I want one! Because I had tube tied no burn!

Bypass tubes: Reversal is possible but is not always successful. A fertility center can harvest some of your eggs and fertilize them with dads sperm. The resulting combo can be placed in your womb at the appropriate time after your body has been prepared to receive the embryos. ...Read more

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Tubes tied and ovarian cysts with no period since may what could this mean? Had a baby in april this year

Tubes tied and ovarian cysts with no period since may what could this mean? Had a baby in april this year

Not sure: Without a history I can't tell what is going on. You had a baby in April and sometimes some women do not get their periods until months after a pregnancy. If you are breastfeeding, that may be the cause of your amenorrhea. The cysts you mention may be normal cysts or may signify another process. Tying tubes does not affect your period. You will need to be evaluated by an OBGYN for diagnosis. ...Read more

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I tied my tubes. But I hav burning sensation pain and hardening around the incision site. Is this normal? Please help.

I tied my tubes. But I hav burning sensation pain and hardening around the incision site. Is this normal? Please help.

Probably: Burning could be from the skin nerves regenerating or a mild reaction to the stitches. The incision will be hard for a few months as part of the healing. Redness, discharge, fevers, shooting pain are not normal and need medical attention. ...Read more

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I have a burning sensation on my right ovary that comes and goes. When it starts its painful and comes about every 10-20 mins. I have my tubes tied 6y?

I have a burning sensation on my right ovary that comes and goes. When it starts its painful and comes about every 10-20 mins. I have my tubes tied 6y?

See your gyn: Sometimes if you have a cyst on your ovary, you can experience intermittent torsion (twisting) that can cut off blood supply to the ovaries and cause pain.
It can eventually become severe and warrant emergent surgery.
A gyn exam plus ultrasound can help provide assurance that your pain is not secondary to an enlarged ovary. ...Read more

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I have been spotting for 3 weeks since being late with period in february. Had tubes tied 6 months ago. Told I have ovarian cysts now. Advice?

I have been spotting for 3 weeks since being late with period in february. Had tubes tied 6 months ago. Told I have ovarian cysts now. Advice?

See your gyn: Time to go see your gynecologist. You may be in early menopause - or there could be a problem. Most likely not related to having your tubes tied, but you need to discuss w/your gynecologist. Time to get a plan. ...Read more

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Shortness of breath, fever and burning in my entire abdomen. .. Worse by smoking and eating. Pain also in head neck and back. .. History of ovarian cysts and endometriosis and ideas?

Shortness of breath, fever and burning in my entire abdomen. .. Worse by smoking and eating. Pain also in head neck and back. .. History of ovarian cysts and endometriosis and ideas?

See a doctor: You need to be seen face to face, have a detailed history and physical exam and perhaps some lab tests and imaging studies. This cannot and should not be diagnosed over the internet. You sound quite ill and should do this asap. Hope this will be self-limiting and you will be better soon. ...Read more

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I have chronic pain bcoz of my infection of my fallopian tube, the pain burning with the thighs, lower back, legs, backneck. Doctor just ignore me?

I have chronic pain bcoz of my infection of my fallopian tube, the pain burning with the thighs, lower back, legs, backneck. Doctor just ignore me?

Pelvic infection: If you believe that your doctor is not communicating with you effectively it suggests that you might want to get a second opinion from somebody who is easier to talk to. Good luck. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have your period then it comes back a week later. I am 38 and I have a small ovarion cyst and had my right fallopian tube removed 5yrs?

Is it normal to have your period then it comes back a week later. I am 38 and I have a small ovarion cyst and had my right fallopian tube removed 5yrs?

Neurotransmitter imb: This problem can be resolved with balancing the neurotransmitters
visit www. Neurosciencemyths. Com to read all about the issues and to find a doctor to resolve you problem using this method. ...Read more

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I had my tube tie in 2004 after having my last baby now she is 13th now will my tube grow back together will I be able to have a baby again?

I had my tube tie in 2004 after having my last baby now she is 13th now will my tube grow back together will I be able to have a baby again?

Sterilization: Unfortunately the tube cannot grow back spontaneously.Surgery could be performed to reattach the ends but the success rate is fairly poor ...Read more

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My dr. Left some of my tubes so in case I want to have kids again. But. Cut and burned them so can they grow back together since he left some there?

My dr. Left some of my tubes so in case I want to have kids again. But. Cut and burned them so can they grow back together since he left some there?

Very unlikely: The combination of cutting and burning tubes makes it VERY unlikely that they will be able to grow back together naturally. Some fancy micro surgery might allow a return to fertility but even this is not likely. ...Read more

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Could your tubes grow back together after having your tubes tied?

Could your tubes grow back together after having your tubes tied?

Very unlikely: If you want them fixed that will require surgery and many times there is not enough tube left so you would have to have in vitro if you wanted pregnancy. ...Read more

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I had my fallopian tubes cut and burned 4 years ago. Was told today by a doctor that they can grow back. I was wondering what the % are this occuring.?

I had my fallopian tubes cut and burned 4 years ago. Was told today by a doctor that they can grow back. I was wondering what the % are this occuring.?

1-7%: Tubal failure is higher than expected based on the crest study that looked at failure rates for different techniques. Failure is usually due to fistulous connection between the tubal stump and abd cavity rather than the tube growing back together. Burning and cutting could actually increase this risk. ...Read more

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I got my tubes burn in 1999 now I want a kid?

I got my tubes burn in 1999 now I want a kid?

Options: If you get your tubes untied they may not work as well as they would naturally but that is an option. A fertility center could push your body to mature several eggs & take them out, add dads sperm & implant them in your womb. This would bypass the tubes but would still involve an expense. The first step could be a visit to your ob/gyn to discuss these issues & any helpful local resources. ...Read more

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I have been hearing a lot about ovarian involvement in endometriosis. What about the tubes?

I have been hearing a lot about ovarian involvement in endometriosis. What about the tubes?

Typically affects: The ovaries more dramatically (endometriomas are large blood filled, benign masses on the ovary that cause pain) however, the inflammation and scarring associated with endometriosis can cause tubal distortion that could lead to tubal dysfunction but the clinical relevance can only be answered best by understanding each patient's history. ...Read more