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Can Someone In Their 20s Have A Tubal Ligation
Rare: Most are caused by long-standing high BP and smoking. However, there are connective-tissue diseases and congenital defects that can show up. These are often thoracic (in chest) and may involve the aortic valve. In patients at risk -with marfan's or the like- echocardiogram or other imaging may be indicated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a woman who has had a tubal ligation nine years ago become pregnant? What are some of the signs?
Yes: The chance of getting pregnant after a tubal ligation is low but not zero. According to one study, the failure (pregnancy) rate can be as high as 5.5% over 10 years. This means that if 100 women had this procedure 5-6 would get pregnant over the next 10 years. Of course, the risk of pregnancy depends on the type of procedure done. The signs are the same as without a tubal ligation. ...Read more
I'm a 42 yr old female, that desire to become pregnant. I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation with fulguration of the tube 1.5 cm (bilateral) in Aug 1999, is it possible to get a tubal reversal?
Would you suggest in vitro over tubal ligation reversal for some one wanting a child after tube being tied?
Depends: It depends on how the ligation was performed, your age, how many additional children you would like, how efficiently your ovaries are working, and your past surgical history. It is a very complex decision with many nuances that is probably best made after consultation with a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
No: When your tubes have been tied (successfully) , the egg and sperm can't get together in the tube where fertilization occurs. Insemination just gets the sperm into the uterus. After a tubal, the options for pregnancy are tubal reversal surgery and in vitro. In vitro takes the eggs out of the ovary with an ultrasound and needle and mixes them in the lab with sperm. ...Read more
Can hiatal hernias and hysterectomies be hereditary. A lot of women in my family had both happen to them, but mostly hysterectomies in their late 30s?
Hysterectomy: Hysterectomy is just a surgical procedure. Hernias can be hereditary. Hysterectomies are done due to fibroids, bleeding, pain etc. There are certain genes that can predipose to uterine conditons and ovarian cancer and even colon cancer, all at the same time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The male who transformation to female can easily have vagina , Ova, and can be pregnant !! From where u bring the womb? Also how the surgery done!?
Is any doctors that will treat post tubal ligation syndrome (PTLS) by surgery in Alabama Georgia or Florida?
Do you believe in Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. If so, how do I get a tubal reversal paid for by my insurance company?
Post tubal syndrome: Yes, many women experience shortening of their menstrual cycle frequency due to an interruption of a blood vessel that traverses under the Fallopian tube from the uterus. Cycles of 18 to 21 days often occur. Reversing a tubal can be expensive and if cut in more than one place, impossible. Insurance companies almost never will pay for the procedure. ...Read more
Yes: As long as you have one functioning ovary and tube intact, then yes you could still get pregnant. ...Read more
Yes: That is why hypertension has been called the silent killer. It can produce symptoms such as headache or shortness of breath but commonly the patient feels well. The first problem could be a heart attack or stroke. That is why it is important to diagnose and treat the problem before the damage is done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
lost a partner through homicide, a job, a home, and 2 parents in 3 years have major depression & Anorexia, could I have BPD my symptoms are similar?
Psych eval suggested: There is nothing in your description that indicates Borderline Personality . However it is certainly possible. I am sorry for all your losses Why not see a psychiatrist to be evaluated for depression or other condition as well as some kind of personality disorder. The goal would be to get you in some kind of treatment program that could include therapy, medication or both. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hi i have had 2 births and 5 termination surgical & non-surgical. I would like to know how many times can a woman have a termination in her life.
No one can say: American Irene Vilar claims to have had 15 terminations in 17 years. There are reports some women prefer to use abortion as 'contraception', but in my opinion this is poor planning. While many will argue that abortioon is a woman's right, it seems more careful thought about trying to use some effective birth control is a better way to go. Ultimately the decision is yours. ...Read more
I am interested in the novasure procedure. I am 28 and have very heavy bleeding, severe cramps and pass blood clots. Had a tubal ligation at 23 due to damage from auto wreck. Would I be able to have this done?
Ablation: You need to consult with your local gynecologist. Typically an ultrasound of your uterus is done, measuring the thickness of lining and uterus size. The risks/benefit analysis will then be discussed with you. Bring a good friend for this discussion. The novasure is very effective at slowing down menstrual symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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