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Pregnancy possible if tubes are clamped?

Pregnancy possible if tubes are clamped?

Tubal ligation is : Not 100% effective - so rarely pregnancy can occur. ...Read more

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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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A friend had her tubes clamped in sept 1 month after delivering her lilgirl. She is now 6 weeks late and has symptoms what are chances of pregnancy ?

A friend had her tubes clamped in sept 1 month after delivering  her lilgirl. She is now 6 weeks late and has symptoms what are chances of pregnancy ?

Not likely: But she can always do a pregnancy test to be sure. She had a delivery recently so it is possible that her periods are not back to normal yet. ...Read more

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Can it be possible to have my tubal clamps come loose, become pregnant while I have clamps on my tubes, would it turn into a eptopic pregnancy?

Can it be possible to have my tubal clamps come loose, become pregnant while I have clamps on my tubes,  would it turn into a eptopic pregnancy?

Please Clarify: Why are you asking this? It is not likely or possible in reality to have tubal clamps come loose. Did you take a pregnancy test and it came back positive? If it is negative then the answer to your question is no. ...Read more

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I had my tubes clamped 4 years ago took pregnancy test yesterday morning positive, took one this afternoon, negative. Should i see the doctor?

I had my tubes clamped 4 years ago took pregnancy test yesterday morning positive, took one this afternoon, negative. Should i see the doctor?

See your doctor: Tubal ligation is about 99% effective. Wen who become pregnant after a tubal ligation are at higher risk of have the pregnancy in the tubes. See your doctor right away. Go to the emergency room if you experience bleeding, cramping or especially sharp pain. ...Read more

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What does brown blood after your period mean? Could i be pregnant? My tubes are clamped but I have pregnancy symptoms

What does brown blood after your period mean? Could i be pregnant? My tubes are clamped but I have pregnancy symptoms

Possible not probabl: Probable, do a urine or blood preg test, if + see your doc right away as u want to make sure it is in uterus and not the tube assuming it is neg , other blood work can be done and an ultrasound and cultures to see what the problem is. ...Read more

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Late for period. Tubes clamped 10 years ago. Getting all pregnancy symptoms and bad indigestion and bad pains in left side if stomach?

Late for period. Tubes clamped 10 years ago. Getting all pregnancy symptoms and bad indigestion and bad pains in left side if stomach?

See your doctor.: Pregnancy can occur after a tubal ligation and your symptoms could be consistent with an ectopic pregnancy. Need to see your doctor to rule this out because it can be dangerous. ...Read more

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I got my tube clamped about year ago but can't afford to get them undone how can I get pregnant with them clamped and have a normal pregnancy?

I got my tube clamped about year ago but can't afford to get them undone how can I get pregnant with them clamped and have a normal pregnancy?

Not Much: Unless you have the financial resources to have IVF, there is no other way you can achieve pregnancy. Having you tubes clamped means that the egg is unable to meet with the sperm for fertilization. ...Read more

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