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What Can You Take For Your Tubes To Come Untied
How long does it take for your tubes to heal after having a C-section and is it possible for your tubes to come untied if you had sex a couple of days?
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
How long does it take for your tubes to grow back together if your tubes are tied an cut how many years. My tubes was tied n cut on feb.17 2010
BTL is forever:
If your fallopian tubes were cut, you had a bilateral tubal ligation, then you do not expect them to grow back together. Tubal ligation is a permanent sterilization procedure.
Sometimes, you can do surgery to reattach the tubes. And sometimes, rarely, the surgery fails and you can get pregnant.
Most of the time, if you want to be pregnant, ivf would be necessary. ...Read more
Other places too: Normal pregnancies start with conception in fallopian tube. Then the embryo develops over a few days to mature enough to stick to the endometrium in the uterine cavity. If mature enough then it will attach and grow. If fertilization occured in the uterine cavity, then the embryo would fall out of the uterus. Ivf allows for outside fertilization. Fertilization outside tube yields ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
I had my tubes tied april4 but everytime I eat something I feel sick how long it take got your tubes to heal once there tied.
Gastric problems: I would tell you very frankly that getting sick every time you eat has absolutely nothing to do with having your tubes tied. This is something different and given the extent of your symptoms it is time to get to your family doctor to figure this out. ...Read more
Yesterday I had an ovary and fallopian tube removed should I worry about hormone replacement? Can I take a shower? I am 37 yrs
HRT unlikely needed: No need for hormone replacement (hrt) if one has at least one ovary and is not menopausal. Presence or absence of fallopian tubes are not a factor for determining hormone replacement. As for post-op instructions including showering, best to ask advice of surgeon who performed surgery. ...Read more
Never: They should not come untied although no method is ever 100% for life. ...Read more
Pregnancy: Having tubal sterilization is not like tying your laces where they can be "untied". Tubal sterilization usually is performed by damaging a portion of the tube with electrocoagulation, placement of clip/ring, or removal of portion of the tube. When treatement failure occurs (~2% over 10-year period), it usually occurs as fistulas or small openings occur, not because the preocedure is reversed. ...Read more
Tubes losse: I hate to second guess what you mean by 'tubes come a losse.' maybe you can ask this question differently. ...Read more
Tubes. .: Technically speaking, you would not know, because the only symptom that your tubes had 'untied' would be if you got pregnant. The reason that tubes are tied in the first place is to prevent all future pregnancies, so very RARELY do they just 'untie' on their own, because the way it is done is very thorough. You would need to see your Ob/GYNE for further evaluation. Best of luck. ...Read more
Unintended pregnancy: Rationale for tying tubes (bilateral tubal ligation) is desired infertility aka permanent contraception. Depending upon research/study, tubes become untied approximately 2-10/1000 women (http://sogc. Org/publications/tubal-ligation-female-surgical-sterilization/). You could ask for hysterosalpingogram to prove continued ligation (more commonly performed during infertility evaluation). Or get preggo ...Read more
Nope!: I assume you're asking if your tubal ligation (permanent birth control) can be reversed or undone during great sex. The answer is no, so go enjoy sex as much as you want, vigorous or otherwise. On the other hand, there is a known failure rate for tubal ligation, like any procedure, so while you can't "untie" your tubes, you can still get pregnant at 2-10 per 1, 000 women (http://goo. Gl/0r6s0w). ...Read more
Yes, not untied...: A big misconception with patients is that tubes are simply "untied". The procedure actually cuts out the scarred or blocked portion, the remaining edges are microsurgically connected & a good success rate is only > 70%. You need at least 3 cm of viable tube to work with and remember, any future pregnancies have to be seen early d/t ectopic risks (tubal pregnancies). Take good care of yourself. ...Read more
Reversal? See answer: A reversal of a previous Tubal is extremely rare to actually work, as the Original tubal is designed to Prevent pregnancy and if done correctly, leaves a minimal chance of a reversal procedure possibly working, so there is not a guarantee it would be successful. Discuss with your Dr. IVF is certainly more likely to work but is costly. Your insurance carrier may play a role in the decision too. ...Read more
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After 5yrs can your tubes come untied im asking because I had my tied 5yrs ago but not I hate that I listened cause I want a baby with my husband?
Imaging: To formaly diagnose blockages of the fallopian tubes, usually an imaging study known as a hysterosalpingogram is completed. This requires a special dye to be injected into uterus and tubes through the cervix while under x-ray imaging. There are other techniques but this is one of the most common. Best of luck. ...Read more
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