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I am 42 years old and my period is 3 months late, could I be pregnant? I had my tubes clamped nearly 17 years ago.
I am 42 years old and my period is almost 3 months late. I'm having nausea and some signs of pregnancy, but my tubes have been clamped for nearly 17 yrs. Could I be pregnant? If not, what else could this be attributed to?
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Is it possible to get pregnant naturally with only one fallopian tube?
I've had one fallopian tube removed; the other was cut and burned. It's been 5 years now. Can I get pregnant naturally with only one fallopian tube?
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Is there any chance I could be pregnant even thoughI had a tubal ligation?
Causes Of Infertility - 2 weeks ago
I don't closely track my periods any more. After doing the math I am fairly certain I had unprotected sex with my husband during ovulation. Seven days later, I experienced what I now think was implantation bleeding and my period is not due for 2 more days (which is 4 days from when I think I had implantation bleeding). I also recall feeling "pregnancy tired" the other day. I didn't think further about it because I had a tubal ligation. But now I wonder, is there any chance I could be pregnant?
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I had my tubes cut, tied and burned 9 years ago. Can the procedure be reversed? If so, is it possible to get pregnant afterwards?
Tubal Reversal - 4 weeks ago
I got remarried and my husband would like for us to have a child together. However, I had my tubes cut, tied and burned 9 years ago. I was wondering if the procedure can be reversed and if so, whether it's possible to get pregnant afterwards.
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Is it safe to have a tubal reversal if you suffer from high blood pressure? Also, is there a pill you can take to untie your tubes?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I had my tubes tied in 2014; they were not burned or clipped. I would like to have a tubal reversal but am concerned about the safety of the procedure because I have high blood pressure. Will this complicate the procedure or make it somehow unsafe or ineffective? Also, is there a pill that can be taken to untie your tubes?
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How does the egg freezing process work and is it different for women who are virgins?
Egg Freezing - 1 month ago
I am 30-year-old virgin. I don't know when I will meet Mr. Right and become married, so I am concerned about my ability to have children in the future. I have considered freezing my eggs. How does the process work and is it different for women who are virgins?
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I'm 41 and want my partial salpingectomy reversed. Can this be done successfully?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I'm 41 years old and continue to have periods ever 28 days. However, I had a partial salpingectomy that I'd like to get reversed. Is this possible? I had no problems getting pregnant and have 5 kids.
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I had my tubes tied and burned 8 years ago at age 32. If I have a tubal reversal, can I get pregnant?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I'm 40 years old. At age 32, I had my tubes tied and burned. I've remarried and would like another baby. Is it possible to have a reversal and if so, what are my chances of becoming pregnant?
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I had my tubes clamped but they were removed, is it possible for me to get pregnant if I was told that I have a lot of scar tissue?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I had my tubes clamped 10 yrs ago but they were removed. I was told afterwards that I had a lot of scar tissue. Is it possible for me to get pregnant (naturally) now that they have been removed, or do I need a tubal reversal or some other procedure to rid the scar tissue? Again, my tubes were clamped not cut.
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Can I get a tubal reversal if I am 37 years old and have my operative report but not my pathology report?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I had a tubal ligation in 1999; I'm now 37 years old. I would like to get a tubal reversal. Though I have my operative report, I do not have the pathology report. Will this affect my ability to have the procedure?
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Can I still carry a baby to term if I am 42 years old? I am interested in single embryo transfer.
I had my tubes clipped and burned in May 2007. Can I carry a baby to term if I am 42 years old? I am a mother of 3 who is interested in single embryo transfer.
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Can Sprintec cause women to become infertile?
I've been on Sprintec for about 7 years now and have been told that it can cause women to become infertile. Is this true?
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I just turned 44 in January, would I be a good candidate for tubal reversal? If not, what other alternatives are there besides IVF?
Tubal Reversal - 1 month ago
I just turned 44 years old. I am a mother of twin boys (age 23) and 2 girls (ages 15 and 11). I had my tubal litigation when my 11 year old was born. I've recently remarried and my husband has no kids. At age 43, I had 3 cycles of IVF with my own eggs, and it resulted in one miscarriage and 2 BFN. I still get regular periods. Am I a good candidate for tubal reversal? If so, what are my chances of becoming pregnant? If not, are there any other alternatives aside from IVF?
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