Has anyone ever become pregnant after being fixed? what are the odds?
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Sheri - posted on 01/18/2013
IM REALLY NEW THIS ALL BEING FIXED LOL BUT MY LAST BABY WAS BORN JUNE 7 2011 AND SHES 19 MONTHS OLD IS IT POSSIBLE THAT I COULD BE PREGNANT CAUSE IM LATE ON MY PERIOD AND I WAS HAVING CRAPS LIK I WAS GOING TO HAVE MY PERIOD BUT THE NOTHING FOR A WHOLE WEEK IM NEAUSA AND ALWAYS SLEEPY AND TROWING UP I HAD ALL THE SYPTOMS WHEN I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY OTHER TOO IS IT POSSIBLE TO BEING PREGNANT?
Adeana - posted on 10/13/2009
Yes you can get pregnant....the odds are that it is 80 percent effective so you have a 20 percent chance and yes it is more likely to be a tubal pregnancy...im a nurse so im not just talking about stuff I dont know
Sabrina - posted on 10/17/2009
THANKS EVERYONE FOR YA'LLS HELP..well im not pregnant..thank god..i was on a steroid (predisone) it was for my hair..anyhow i had an allergic reaction and it caused me to retain water all over..still having a hard time breathing and its only my second day to take this water pill..but hopefully i will get better soon..thanks again for all ya'lls help
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Iysha - posted on 10/14/2009
yup, you can. My boyfriends mom's best friend was fixed twice. She got her tubes tied then got pregnant. Had an abortion...and got her tubes tied again...at least that is what she said. She got pregnant again around the time I got pregnant. Getting your tubes tied is less effective than getting on BC. lol. The only sure way to not get pregnant is to get it all taken out or stop having sex. lol..
Brandy - posted on 10/13/2009
That I am not sure about but it does sound very likely. Either the egg made it through or the sperm made it through and fertilized the egg in the tube. I would definately see a doctor because from what I do know about it, it's better to know early if it is eptopic.
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