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Can You Still Get Pregnant If You Had A Tublagation
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Can your tubes heal after a tubal ligation where your tubes are burnt and can you still get pregnant?
Improbable: This is generally a definitive sterilization technique. ...Read more
I got a tubal ligation 3 years ago and I want to know is it possible for them to come untied on their own or can I still get pregnant?
I have had a tubal ligation done eight years ago I was wondering is it possible still get pregnant? Because I seem to be having pregnancy symptoms.
Tubals can fail: Not very often but easy to check a urine preg test, if - and u are still worried see your gyn for a blood preg test which will be + a few days before the missed period and if u are preg- hopefully not - your obgyn needs to follow u closely since u would be more at risk for a tubal (ectopic pregnancy) due to the fact you had a tubal and the tubes were damaged by the tubal. ...Read more
15 days late on period. Tubal ligation done in 2007. What else can cause this? Can I still get pregnant?
It is unlikely that you are pregnant but a pregnancy test should rule it out.
You may have failed to ovulate which might prolong your period since no Progesterone would be produced to mature your uterine lining so that it would shed. If this is indeed so your late period could be scant but somewhat prolonged. ...Read more
A tubal ligation is a highly effective contraceptive method and the proper choice when an endometrial ablation is performed.
The chances of pregnancy having had those procedures is extremely remote and you should live your life, as you see fit, with the confidence gained from an improved menstrual flow and a highly effective contraceptive. ...Read more
I got the essure tubal ligation done in 2010 when I decided to go sterile...But I never went back for that dye test can I still get pregnant..
Probably not: The requirement for the dye test has faded because the essure has been shown to be quite successful if done by a doctor that knows how to do it. ...Read more
I am 30years old and I had a tubal ligation in Feb of 2011 I also had a partial hysterectomy in January of 2014 my? Is can I get pregnant I still have my tubes and both of my overis
Can I still get pregnant after 3. 4 yrs after tubal ligation (clamps) without reversal or without in vitro fertilization. Want a child but not surgery?
Informed Consent: No. Your tubes were not just clamped. They were cut, burned, scarred and made impossible to have any sperm or egg contact. This was very well explained to you when you chose to have your tubal ligation. There is little chance that surgery can repair this. Please discuss with your ob. ...Read more
Tubal ligation in 1996. Mirena five years ago. I am having pregnancy symptoms. Is it possible to still get pregnant? I had the mirena put in because of a couple ectopic pregnancies after the tubal ligation. I just hit the five year mark on the mirena.
What are my chances of getting pregnant if I have had a uterine ablation, tubal ligation but get that reversed? I still have regular monthly periods.
Yes!: Depending how it was done sometimes the surgeon can reconnect your tubes. Also, assuming your uterus is intact there is always the possibility of in vitro fertilization where some of your eggs are collected, fertilized with your sweethearts sperm and then transplanted into your uterus. Happy future Mothers Day. ...Read more
Less than 1%/year: 1% per year but it's 0% risk after 10 years per a study I read. ...Read more
It is possible: Not supposed to happen but a tubal can fail, depends what type you had, I assume you did not have an in office essure tubal because with an essure you must use birth control for 3 months and then go for an xray to make sure your tubes are blocked because it takes 3 months for the tubes to become blocked with that particular method. ...Read more
Slim: If properly done, you should have very low chance of getting prego. ...Read more
Options: First, it's critical to determine asap if the pregnancy is intrauterine, as pregnancy after tubal ligation is highly risky for ectopic (usually tubal) pregnancy. If ectopic, medical or surgical treatment follows; if the pregnancy is intrauterine then decision-making is identical to any other pregnancy. Following this, you could consider a second ligation or another form of permanent sterilization. ...Read more
Sure: Clamps, probably hulka or filshie clips are the easiest to reverse and should give you the highest success rates. Length of time from the tl is a zero factor. Just make sure that you find a fertility specialist that has a lot of experience and expertise in microsurgical tubal reversals, your partner has a normal sperm count, you have a normal fsh and amh level and noting else obvious is wrong. ...Read more
Misinformed?: By adopting. This was all explained in specific detail at the time of your choice and consent for the tubal. Tubals are effective and should be thought of as permanent. ...Read more
No not unless: Your tubes can be reversed or you have in vitro assuming you still have ovarian function at age 49 please see your gyn. ...Read more
Please call your doc: You were very young to have a tubal after 1 child unless u had or have a lot of medical problems, sometimes the tubal can be reversed- will require surgery- not covered by insurance, if it cannot be reversed then u will need invitro fertilization which should work but is very expensive. ...Read more
Yes: The length of time your tubes are tied is a zero factor. Success depends on three factors: 1. Skill of the surgeon, 2. Length of tubal segments remaining, and 3. Age of the patient. In skilled hands, the surgery is safe and the risk of an ectopic is less than 5%. Ivf is also an option but generally costs a lot more. Hope this helps. Good luck. ...Read more
U cannot get pregnan: Unless the tubal can be reversed or if it cannot then you will need to under go in vitro fertilization, assuming you still have good quality eggs either way you need to see an infertility specialist and you also must realize that with a 4th csection you may or may not have a lot of scar tsisue that makes the surgery more difficult and you do have an increased chance of placenta accreta. ...Read more