If I've had my tubes tied and an ablation, is it still possible for me to become pregnant?

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HRC Fertility Rancho Cucamonga

Published on Mar 17, 2016

You would need to go directly to an IVF cycle where the tubes are bypassed altogether. However, it would be advisable to seek a fertility specialist's recommendations.

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Answered by HRC Fertility Rancho Cucamonga

You would need to go directly to an IVF cycle where the tubes are bypassed altogether. However, it would be advisable to seek a fertility specialist's recommendations.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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