Pregnancy After Tubal Ligation

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kewlsgurl - October 3

I had a tubal ligation a little over 2 years ago after I had my 4th child. I am now experiencing nasuea in the mornings, extreme fatigue in the afternoons, and my last period was totally off. What are the chances I could be pregnant?

 

Malica - October 6

The chances are about the same as getting pregnant while using both condoms and the birth control pill simultaneously. But even with odds that, they are still not zero. A home pregnancy test should be accurate by now.

 

mommm_2_4 - October 27

I am much like you. I had a my tubes tied exactly 3 years ago yesterday. I was supposed to start my period on Oct. 15 and it still isn't here. I am having symptoms also. My b___sts are swollen, heartburn, frequent urination. I have taken hcg tests and all are negative. I am not stressed, but even when I get stressed I normally don't miss my period nor am I late. Keep us posted, God Bless, and bunches of baby dust.

 

onehotmama - October 28

looks like you and me in the same boat right now.

 

hellena - November 4

I just read the previous forum with interest; and wondered if anyone had ever fallen pregnant after tubal ligation AND if their partner had a vasectomy? Would be a complete miracle of course, and probably ectopic, but... I am 46, have two sons aged 21 and 17, had a tubal (not sure which type) completely cut or something, went in through my caesarian scar; but now am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy; cramps, fatigue, late period. Of course, it could be early menopause (am getting checked) but up until now have been like clockwork...and I am very healthy and know my body well... I don't want any more children, but if by some miracle I WAS actually pregnant, I suppose it is God's will!

 

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