In 2002, I had a post-partum tubal ligation via a modified Pomeroy technique. I've been pregnant 4 times since the surgery and miscarried each time. The doctor said he was going to keep me open and said he had a hell of a time tying my tubes. Can I carry a baby full-term without having a tubal reversal?
I had my tubes clamped with a little micro machine. I don't remember what it is called though. Nonetheless, I want to get the clamp off so that I can try to become pregnant. I am married and seriously want to have a baby with my husband. How much trouble would it be to get my tubes unclamped? If I do this, what are my chances of getting pregnant?
I'm a 44 yr old mother of 4 healthy children. At age 26 I had my tubes tied, clipped and burned. Now that my children are grown I want to have 2 more kids. Am I a good candidate for a tubal reversal? What are my chances of conceiving after the procedure?
I am 30 years old and highly considering tubal reversal surgery. I have two children and never had a problem conceiving or carrying a child. I was 23 when my doctor did my sterilization. The op report said what they took out but not amount of tubes l
I also have high blood pressure. I would like to have another baby. I had 3 healthy babies with no complications prior to the procedure.I still have regular periods what are my chances and/or risks with this procedure?
I had the Hulka clips put on during a tubal ligation procedure when I was 24 years old. I am now 30 and my husband and I want another child. We are uncertain if my irregular periods are being caused by some of the Hulka clips coming off, or maybe the tube has grown around them. Is this likely and would either cause irregular periods? Also, would tubal reversal be a good option if we are considering having another child?
I got my tubes cut about a year ago and for the past 3 months I have been feeling like I'm pregnant. I do still get my period so am wondering if there is any chance of getting pregnant after a tubal ligation procedure? (I have not had a tubal reversal done.)