pregnancy after tubal ligation

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Kristin - posted on 11/19/2016

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Also, note that a tubal ligation is where the tubes are actually severed, not just tied. Surgical re-connection would be required in order for them to function again, and that still doesn't guarantee anything.

If you really want to conceive again, IVF is probably the best option.

Kristin - posted on 11/19/2016

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You can do IVF, where embryos are implanted into your uterus, but without intact Fallopian tubes to get the egg to the uterus, it's not possible to conceive naturally, but as long as you have ovaries and a uterus, you can still have a baby with assistance.

In some rare cases, tubal ligation's "heal" afterwards, where the severed tube reconnects after the surgery, but this is rare.

It's also possible to have the surgery reversed, provided they didn't do what's called a salpengetcomy, where the tubes are completely removed.

Michelle - posted on 11/17/2016

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It depends on how your tubal ligation was done.
You should probably see your doctor.

Nancy - posted on 11/17/2016

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is it even possible if you haven't gotten pregnant in 8 years and your tubes were tide after my son who is now 8 was born.

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