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My Tubes Are Tied But I Feel Flutters In My Stmach Besides A Baby What Else Can It Be
I'm having pain every once in awhile that hurts bad but goes away and I'm also having fluttering in my uterus area and my tubes are tied?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. ...Read more
I'm having pelvic pain, dizziness, nipple sensitivity, and flutters. My tubes are tied, what could be the causes of this problems?
See a doctor: If pain gets worse then go to ER. Without asking other questions or examination, I am unable to say for sure. Nothing is 100% and one can still get pregnant with a tubal. If you have had a tubal ligation then you are at increased risk of tubal (ectopic) pregnancy. Because of the dizziness and flutters you are better off getting checked out sooner than later ...Read more
Is it normal for my stomach to feel like something there. Because lately I been feeling something move in my stomach but my tubes are tied?
Gas??: Try simethicone and if it helps--- it was gas otherwise need further investigation. ...Read more
I'm having pains in my stomach, not that time for my cycle and my tubes are tied is this. Serious?
Need more info: Like many gyn conditions, the cause of stomach pain can range from not serious at all to very serious. Your tubes being tied may or may not be related to the pain. Up to 10% of women who have had a tubal will require further gyn surgery for abnormal bleeding or pain. Contact your gyn to get to the cause of your pain and to offer solutions to the problem. ...Read more
I'm having stomach fluttering and dizziness my tubes have been tied for 5 years what could this be?
Don't know but it's: Not your tubes. Missed a period? If so, get a home pregnancy test. If you've not missed a period you're not pregnant. There's a lot of viral shtuff going around the USA these days. Maybe you've got a bug? If you're feeling worse by 2morrow call your DOC. Maybe the Super Bowl will cure you? Seen any of the ads yet? If those don't chase the viral blues away then, I dunno- tough bugs I guess! ...Read more
My tubes have been tied for 9 years and now I feel flutters in my lower stomach? My cycle haven't been on in 3 months.
Pregnancy Testing: We live in a world now where symptoms are not the way pregnancy is diagnosed. Flutters alone do not a pregnancy indicate. We live in a world where just down the street at almost any kind of store you can get a home pregnancy test. Go get tested. If you are pregnant then this is a big story in your life. If you are not pregnant then the flutters are gas in your intestines. ...Read more
I'm 26 years old my tubes are tied but I want a baby...I had it done in 2009...What are my opitions?
Fresh eggs: It may be technically possible to get the tubes repaired but the problem is getting them to work again after they were tied. A fertility dr could help you ovulate & harvest some eggs through a laparoscope. Your husbands sperm could be added to the eggs and the resulting embryos placed into your womb. Difficult & expensive but possible. ...Read more
I've had my tubes tied for 3 years what is the possibility of me having a child if I get a reverse tubal ligation?
Infertility consult: If you are truly 40 years old you may not be able to get pregnant with your own eggs. An infertility specialist can do the proper bloodwork and counselling to see if you are better off with surgical reversal of the tubal ligation versus in vitro fertilization witheither your own or a donor's eggs. ...Read more
What would be the best option for a couple to have a baby when the womans tubes are tied? I'm 44 years old and my tubes are tied. I would like to have another baby with my now husband. He and I would really like for the baby to be apart of both of us. Any
You have 2 basic options for achieving another pregnancy: surgical sterilization reversal and in vitro fertilization (ivf). You need to seek care from a reproductive surgeon or reproductive endocrinologist to determine the best option for you. Your dr. Will need to know the specific technique used to cut your fallopian tubes (ideally they would like to review the operation report), your general health and some reproductive fertility assessment tests.
at 44, your success rate is extremely low - I am very sorry. The natural pregnancy rate in the us is about 0.5-1/1000 women. Ivf might be 1-2% (and only if your fertility tests are normal). Tubal reversal is likely a very poor option for you because it takes 12-18 months to achieve maximum pregnancy rates and you simply do have that much time. I am sorry that the stats for women your age are really poor. See link (http://www. Cdc. Gov/art/artreports. Htm).
sterilization reversal surgery can cost almost as much as in ivf cycle because the surgery requires anywhere from 2-4 hours to perform in the operating room is very expensive part of the hospital. The cost is from about $8, 000 - $15, 000. Ivf cycles often come with a refund guarantee but surgery never does - and this may make ivf cheaper.
Now assume all options on the table
sterilization reversal is one of the few reproductive surgeries that offers a high success rate. The surgery requires an operative microscope in order to remove the scar tissue around the ends of the tube that was cut and to sew them together. Not every surgeon is trained to perform microsurgery therefore you should seek out a surgeon with experience.
Ivf does not require that your fallopian tubes be open. Ivf is a good option for situations in which the sterilization surgery removed a large amount of fallopian tube, the woman's age is older than 35-38 years or or there is also a male factor involved such that the sperm has a low potential for fertilizing the egg. You did not state in your question whether this is the same partner that created the first children or whether you have a new partner and he may or may not be fertile.
In order to choose between these 2 treatment options, we need to determine that there would be sufficient tube length at the end of the sterilization reversal surgery to yield a high probability of success compared to ivf, that your fertility potential is not compromised suggesting a small window of opportunity to achieve pregnancy, that your husband has normally functioning sperm and that you are willing to invest at least one year after surgery to achieve pregnancy. Additionally, if you're a good surgical candidate and you want to have multiple children then surgery may be a better option because we cannot always guarantee that you will have extra embryos frozen after ivf. Ivf is so success these days that there is a trend away from surgery.
We often cannot reliably determine whether surgery or ivf would be the best option. We also need to look at the costs of both surgery and ivf and what insurance will pay plus whether you can have a refund guarantee for ivf.
In conclusion, you may have 2 options for achieving another child. I predict that when you meet with your physician, that the answer to some of these questions will become more obvious. I also think you will be steered to ivf if you are a candidate because it works faster. Good luck. ...Read more
Get evaluated: For a possible tubal reversal or if that cannot be done then u have to do invitro fertilization that bypasses the tubes, I am sure your gyn can refer u to an infert specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
Me an my fiance wants to have a child together but her tubes are tied can we get some information on what to do to have them untied?
Tubal ligation is surgery to close or block a woman's Fallopian tubes so eggs released from the ovaries cannot enter the uterus and sperm cannot reach the egg. Tubal ligation reversal is surgery to reopen, untie, or reconnect a woman's fallopian tubes so she can become pregnant. Here is a link for more information.
webmd. Com/infertility-and-reproduction/guide/tubal-ligation-reversal ...Read more
IVF or Surgery: Ivf or surgery to reverse the tubal ligation both have a place. Ivf is often the best option because it has a higher success rate faster, and at a lower cost. If you are younger (<35) or want multiple preg. Then surgery may be a good choice. Not many of us do many surgeries because they are not covered by insurance. Ivf much better if you are older (over 35). See specialist. ...Read more
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 more
How expensive or diffcult would it be to take a womans egg and a mans sperm, put them together then implant it in the woman? I'm wanting to have a child but my tubes are tied. This was the only thing I could think of since tubal reversal was not likely
In vitro: You are basically describing in vitro fertilization (ivf) treatment. This can be an expensive treatment with costs approximately between 8-12 thousand dollars. This is not a technically difficult treatment but is intensive. If you are interested in that to get pregnant, see a fertility specialist for a detailed discussion and an evaluation. ...Read more
My question is I have movements in my stomach like a baby moving but I'm not pregnant cause my tubes are tied so what could it be?
Get tested: You better get a pregnancy test. Can still get pregnant with tubes tied. ...Read more
I took a pregnancy test that was neg but I'm having movements as if a baby is fluttering but my tubes are tied and have dizzy spells what could it be?
Pain: There is always the possibility of a failed tubal, so if you think you may be pregnant see your doc asap! Especially if you are having severe pain on one side... If your tubal fails you are at a high risk for an ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
Depends: Can be a side effect to some medications or sometimes an indication of a problem with the pituitary gland. Your doctor will need to check some bloodwork to determine. If the discharge is bloody, that could be a sign of malignancy and you definitely need to have it evaluated. ...Read more
My tubes are tied but I've been having light bleeding what could be the cause of the light bleeding?
Tied tubes/bleeding: Tying the Fallopian tubes will not stop the uterus from having a period or bleeding. ...Read more
Pregnancy Test: The incidence of pregnancy after tubal ligation is still less than 1 in a 1000. However, it is not zero. Please do a pregnancy test. If negative, at least the concern of tubal pregnancy is resolved. Some women will have delayed cycles at least once in their life time without being pregnant. If test is negative, then just observe for a few weeks and see. Good Luck. ...Read more
Probably nothing.: These symptoms probably don't mean anything but I would take a home pregnancy test just to be sure you are not pregnant. I would then keep a calendar of your cycles for the next 3 months. Having an irregular cycle every now and then can occur and does not mean anything is wrong. ...Read more
My tubes are tied, but I have white creamy no smelldischarge that's cramps, sleepy, already had period what can it be help?
Many causes: Vaginal discharge requires an examination to determine the cause and treatment. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause and often has a vaginal odor. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. Testing is important to determine the treatment and keep you and your partner safe. ...Read more
My tubes are tied but my period comes on it hurts so bad cause my tubes are tied is that why I cramps so much and bleed heavy?
Many possibilities: These symptoms can come from a variety of things. For example, some people who are overweight experience frequent heartburn and shortness of breath. Also, heart disease can present differently in women than men. Angina (heart-related pain) can seem like heartburn and shortness of breath can accompany it. It has nothing to do with the state of your tubes. Please see your physician about this. ...Read more
Sterilization: The tubes are ducts that extend from near the ovary and go into the uterus. The egg moves don the tube and get fertilized in the lower 1/3 of the tube. Ligation is the slicing of the tube often the tube is coagulated and clipped as well. By interrupting this tube the path of the egg to the uterus is blocked making pregnancy improbable. ...Read more
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