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I just turned 45 and recently remarried. My partner and I want kids. Is this possible at my age?
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After raising my 6 kids as a single mom I had a tubal ligation in March 1999. My new husband and I want kids now. Is this possible?
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I had a full hysterectomy. Do I still have eggs?
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My partner wants another baby, but I had a full hysterectomy. Can I still produce eggs?
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I want to choose the sex of my next child. How does this work?
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I want a boy for my third pregnancy. How does the sex selection process work?
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I had my tubes tied after my 4th child that I conceived while being on birth control. What is the likelihood of getting pregnant after trying IVF?
I'm trying to decide if I should save up for IVF, or have a tubal reversal. I know that IVF has a greater risk of multiples and I am OK with that. I have a normal menstrual cycle, and I've never had a problem with fertility. The only thing I'm worried about is if I get the reversal, I would have to go on birth control. What is your opinion on these two options?
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Is pregnancy possible after a tubal ligation reversal and having PCOS?
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I'm 37 years old and 13 years ago I had a tubal ligation surgery through my belly button (pomeroy method) after my 2nd child was born. Would I be a good candidate to conceive if I have a tubal ligation reversal done?
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A fertility specialist said my tubes are "dead." What does this mean? Is this possible after Filshie clips?
Tubal Reversal - 2 answers
I was supposed to have plastic clamps put on my tubes in 2005 after I had my 3rd daughter. The doctor said they were removable. July 6th 2016, I went to a fertility specialist about getting them removed. He told me my tubes are "dead" and sent me on my way. Is it possible? What does that even mean? How can this be resolved? I would love to have another child.
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I had a BTL doubly ligated and transected. Can I still have a tubal reversal?
Tubal Reversal - 2 answers
The specimen consists of right tube 1.7x0.6cm; left tube1.6x0.7cm. Repersentative sections of right and left fallopian tubes are submitted in a single cassette. Can I still have a tubal reversal?
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I'm a 30-year-old female and my male partner is 39. He had a vasectomy 16 years ago. Can we do sperm aspiration with ICSI?
I have been pregnant before. It was years ago, and the pregnancy was terminated. I'd like to know if it's possible to extract sperm from my fiancé and get it to me. Or, is a vasectomy reversal the only option? And after 16 years would it take?
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Both of my fallopian tubes were completely transected. Is there the slight chance I could become pregnant again? I don't want to.
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My right and left fallopian tubes were completely transected, since 21 August 2014 I have my medical records on my tubal ligation and it just says "right and left fallopian tubes: complete transection: 1. A tube segment 18mm long and 2. A tube segment 16mm long. No evidence of Sapingitis or other pathology in these sections.
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I'm a 45 yr old mother of three who is in good health. My tubes have been clamped for 18 years. What options do I have if I want another baby?
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I'm 45 and in good health. I've had 2 pregnancies (1 single birth and 1 set of twins). My tubes have been clamped for 18 years. What options do I have if I want another baby?
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If I want my tubes unclamped, how do I go about it?
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I had my tubes clamped two years ago at the age of 22. I'm now 24 and want to have my tubes unclamped. How do I go about it?
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