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I Got My Tubes Burnt Off Can Iever Get Pregnant Again
Tubal reversal?: To get an accurate answer to whether tubal reversal is possible would require a review of the actual technique used for the btl. Your tubes may have been burned but usually not completely. The more damage and the older you are the lower the success rate from reversal. Not every doc can perform reversal surgery. Ivf is often a better option and not more expensive. See fertility expert. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See your OB: preferably the OB who did your tubal ligation. Sometimes this can be reversed by re-attaching the tubes surgically, but success rates vary from 20-70% depending on what method your OB used "tie the tubes". Other factors include your age, and whether there was damage from infection or scarring to the tubes etc. If reversal is not possible, then in-vitro fertilization would be necessary. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
None: If you had a tubal ligation then your chances are not very good of having a pregnancy. There is no over the counter medication that will help with that. Tubal ligations do fail occasionally and someone becomes pregnant but that is very rare. If you seriously want to become pregnant then you need to talk to a gynecologist about a surgery to reverse the tubal. ...Read more
No: The reason for getting a tubal ligation is permanent sterilization, meaning the woman wants to never get pregnant again. It is a final decision for her. In real life, there are rare cases of pregnancies happening after tubal ligation, so if worried about pregnancy, a woman can do a home pregnancy test. Tests are very accurate 3 weeks after sex. ...Read more
Depends: The chances of successfully reversing a tubal ligation depend on how they were ligated ("tied") in the first place. Ligations that use clips can sometimes be successfully reversed. However, tubal ligation is generally understood to be a form of sterilization. I recommend consulting your ob/gyn and considering alternate forms of having children (e.g., in vitro fertilization, adoption, surrogate). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sterilization: Tubes tied means that a portion of the tubes were removed, its not an actual tying of the tubes. You would have to get a reanastomosis of the tubes which means approximating the two ends. ...Read more
Your Doctor: Your surgeon has this answer. They would have gone over the specifics at the time of surgery, in preparation for the surgery and at the post op visit. You have written instructions from them as well. ...Read more
LigationOrLitigation: Well, anything is possible here on God's Earth. After all, I made it through medical school! But I must say, it's unlikely and depends on a series of unlikely circumstances. Studies vary but 1 in a thousand is a nice round number so I wouldn't worry too much. Of course I bet you're a one-in-a-million woman so your chances will be low. If you're super paranoid, then also use another form of control ...Read more
Yes, but rare...: If you have had a 'tubal ligation', which is sometimes performed with clips, your chance of pregnancy is extremely rare. It is important to know, though, that it is no zero. Talk with the doctor who did the procedure who might know more based on the exact procedure performed. ...Read more
Is it possible to get pregnant again after i had my tubes clipped tied and burnt. It's been 10yrs. Now?
I got my tubes tied almost 4 years ago they were not burned just tied can I get pregnant again any time soon?
Needs surgery or IVF: Your chances are low without having a surgical tubal reversal or in vitro fertilization. Surgery can have high tubal patency rates (70% chance at least one tube stays open) but a higher chance of tubal ectopic pregnancy. Ivf may get you pregnant faster. The decision is affected by your age, your partner's sperm (get a semen analysis for him even if you have kids together). See a md who does both. ...Read more
Expensive: The failure rate of a laparoscopic tubal ligation is 1/200, but I would expect it to have failed by now if you have been having unprotected sex since 2009. IVF will get you a baby if you have changed your mind, but that is expensive. This is why I try really hard to convince 20-somethings to use and IUD or Implant for contraception; they are more effective and reversible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reversal or IVF: You could pay for a reversal of the tubal ligation, which would be quite expensive. It would be in the 10's of thousands of dollars, and it's about 50/50 whether it would work. You could also have in vitro fertilization, in which eggs would be harvested from your ovaries. See a gynecologist or a fertility specialist to discuss your options. Be well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tubes cut and burned 13 months ago. Just had a chemical pregnancy. Can i get pregnant again.Am i back to being fertile again. If ttc would it wrk?
Yes definitely: Yes, and the risk for ectopic pregnancy after tubal ligation if you do get pregnant is high. Thus as soon as you have a positive pregnancy test, you need to see a doctor right away to confirm it is in the uterus. At 21 years of age, your chances on average for pregnancy after tubal are around 1 in 200, so definitely not zero. Talk with your doctor about a back up method if that's a concern. ...Read more
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