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Getting Pregnant With Tubes Clamped
Not good: If properly performed, chances are less than 2%. ...Read more
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
U will need : Your tubes unclamped if possible which may or may not be possible, or you will need to go for invitro- fertilization, or u can get pregnant if the tubal fails ( possible , not common) in that case pregnancy could end up in the tube or uterus please see your gyn to discuss. ...Read more
Yes: The simple answer is yes. You can have the 'clamps' removed and the tubes re-anastomosed (put the cut ends of the tubes back together). Unfortunately, the pregnancy rate is lower than someone who has not had their tubes previously 'clamped'. Additionally, there is an increased risk of ectopic tubal pregnancy (pregnancy in the tube). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes but <1%: I assume you mean after, not "while". Tubal sterilization is not infallible so we quote less than 1% failure rate eg getting pregnant despite procedure. Rate of "failiure" depends upon several different factors. Check out http://www.Cnn.Com/2008/health/expert.Q.A/12/22/pregnancy.After.Ligation.Shu/index.Html for more info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Unless the tubal failed the failure rate should be low if the tubal was done correctly, to prove if your tubes are blocked your obgyn can send you for an hsg which is an xray to show that or not, if tubes are blocked and u wnat pregnancy they may or may not be able to reverse the tubal or you will need in vitro fert if u miss a period do a blood preg test as if + could be an ectopic or an iup. ...Read more
Iviitro: You need to consult a fertility specialist . The only option you have is invitro procedure . This is where eggs are harvested from you , sperms are harvested from your male partner . Fettilized eggs are implanted in you . There is a chance of multiple births . They can check for birth defects before implanting the fertilized eggs . This is a amplifies version of what happens . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tubal Ligation: That is extremely unlikely.Get a more detailed answer ›
AFormOfTransferrance: Then you're out of luck,assuming you want to do it the way Nature originally intended Of course,there are reports of the unusual pregnancy in a woman whose had a tubal ligation but that's very rare.But, this is the 21st Century.We have the Higgs Boson,face transplants and... embryo transfers! I don't know if they are more or less expensive than tubal reversals,but you can check that out on-line. ...Read more
Reversal, IVF: You can get pregnant by having a tubal reversal, surgery to reconnect the tubes. You could also get pregnant with in vitro fertilization where your eggs are collected, sperm is mated with eggs and embryo is put back in uterus. Depending on clinic, both surgery and ivf cost around $10, 000 depending on whether you have infertility insurance and cost doctors charge. ...Read more
Here are some ...: The odd to conceive from per-cum is probably zero, but no one can guarantee to say it in 100% manner so to serve political correctness and professional self-protection since there is still few sperms in pre-cum. Nonetheless, do HPT in 1 wk after missing period and repeat it in 1 wk if the 1st was (-) and still in doubt. More, seek pro-evaluation & counseling. ...Read more
Get involved/life: Get actively involved in life's events, including volunteering, church work, gardening, or a myriad of your avocational interests. Focusing only on pregnancy attempts makes it a "job" and last I checked, the physical process of getting pregnant was supposed to be "fun". ...Read more
Low: Less than 2%.Get a more detailed answer ›
Conception steriliza: Surgery for sterilization generally means tubal ligation i donot know what was done in your case but if that is what you had surgery can be done to correct it for restoring anatomical correction always and functional correction usually if this is not feasibility clearly in vitro fertilization with eggs from your ovaries is a possibitu check a fertility specialist. ...Read more
Hello, I just have 1 question. What is the youngest age I can get help getting pregnant from my gp?
Ask your GP :): Your profile says you are 21 years old and live in Australia: I don't know if there are specific firm practices there regarding age, but in the US there is no "age cutoff" that's universally observed. Many GP and OB doctors, and most specialists (myself included) would talk to a young woman and go thru testing if it seemed appropriate. Good wishes. ...Read more
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