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How To Get Pregnant While Tubes Are Tied
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
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
Essure?: The only method of nonsurgical tubal occlusion for contraception I am aware of is the Essure System - metal coils are inserted through a scope into your fallopian tubes. Over the course of ~3mos, the coils cause an inflammatory reaction occluding both tubes. U must use another effective means of contraception during that 3mos period, or u run the risk of an unintended pregnancy, possibly ectopic ...Read more
Gynecology: Tying the fallopian tubes to inhibit the chance of pregnancy does not in any way mess with the internal hormones or menstrual cycles and a female will continue to ovulate. The goal of tubal ligation is to create a barrier that the sperm cannot swim past to impregnate an ovulated egg. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
Unlikely : Although no sterilization is 100%, pregnancy is unlikely. The failure rate can be from 1:1,000 to 3,500 depending on the type of procedure performed. If you have symptoms though, check a urine preg test ASAP. You have a very high risk of ectopic if your procedure fails. If you want a normal pregnancy, tubal reversals are possible vs in-vitro if needed. Talk to your Doc and trust your TL. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Theoretically: Never, but it has been known to happen once in a very rare blue moon usually a longer time ago when tubes really were tied. Now a portion is taken out and the ends totally sealed so they can not find their way back to each other not like the older surgical method of just snipping where the ends sometimes remet . Now only if the doc made a huge mistake could you get pregnant. ...Read more
I have no Fallopian tubes due to tubal pregnancy can I still get pregnant without them naturally?
I want to get pregnant again and my tubs are tied and I am trying to find out if there way I can get pregnant with my tubes tied and brunt.
Tubal: The most common way to achieve pregnancy after having a tubal is either surgery to put the remaining ends of the tubes back together that only some obgyns do or IVF. Unfortunately it is very common for insurance not to cover these procedures fully or at all. You may want to check with your insurance and your obgyn ...Read more
Not in the loop: Normal menstruation depends on 1) a funtioning endometrium, 2) an open cervix, and 3) a hormonal sequence (estrogen followed by progestin, then progestin withdrawal) from the ovaries in response to timed hypothalamic/pituitary signals. Thus, a woman needs a working uterus, endometrium, ovaries, and pituitary to have a period. Notice the fallopian tubes are not part of the loop. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tubal Ligation: That is extremely unlikely.Get a more detailed answer ›
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