vasectomy failure and 20 weeks pregnant

Alison - posted on 01/12/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )

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Well here we go again. Mother of four with 19, 18, 15 and 13 year olds and I am doing it all again. I must be mad and can't believe I am going through tghe whole baby thing again and will be skint for many more years to come, despite spending the last 3 years completing my nurse training.

It would be lovely to chat to other older mums with a mixture of all ages and the trials and tribulations they have and are going through.



All the best

Ali xx

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Alison - posted on 09/08/2013

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Hi Beckah. I would say the odds are extremely in your favour not to, but of course if either of your ops were a failure for whatever reason, then the odds would be greatly diminished for the second failure, if you get my drift.
Basically unless there is absolutely no chance of the ops failing, then there is always a risk. Im not sure on the statistics for female failure though.
My little girl is 3 yrs old now. I love her to bits but she is exhibiting similar traits to her autistic brother which can be very stressful. Unfortunately I wish I could afford not to work and dedicate all my time to being a mum but I can't. That said, I would never be without her; she gives so much meaning to my life. The birth was horrendous: My old body I guess lol!!!
It is wonderful being an older mum though and I would never try to deter anyone. X

Beckah - posted on 09/08/2013

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My question is it possible to get pregnant if you both are fixed?? I keep bragging that 2 fixed people cant get pregnant but I have the weird symtoms drives me nuts

Alison - posted on 01/13/2010

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Well thanks for all your kind comments. I am hopeful that I will be a much calmer mum now I am older, but the money thing is a huge concern as I was hoping for the first time in such a long time to be able to live comfortably without stressing over how to pay the bills. But where there is a will there is a way and we will be fine I am sure. You guys are inspirations.
Many thanks
Ali xx

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Wow! Congrats. to you and your family. This will be a blessing for all. I'm 52, my grown children are 30, 28, 23, and a 14 yr. old son. My husband and I foster children, and we adopted our 3 yr. daughter when she was 19 mo. old. She is our joy. She's standing here with her purple tutu, fairy wings, and fairy wand wanting me to take her picture. Love it! Good luck and God bless.

Brigitte - posted on 01/12/2010

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i am a mom of a 25, 17, 16, and an 8 year old.. Also a vasectomy failure... It is great!!! I enjoyed being pregnant the most the last time...parenting also seems less stressful this time around.. be sure to make time for your relationship, and yourself. You will do great! Brigitte

Lisa - posted on 01/12/2010

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i am 45 rasing a set of 5 yr old twin girls.i never thought i could do this ,but guess what i am n life is good ,so keep your head up.there r worse things.........Lisa

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