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    Can you get pregnant with your tubes clamped or rubber banded?
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    An_186921 posted:
    I am a mother of 4 wonderful boys and i got my tubes clamped or banded about 4 years ago but now i am 3 weeks late!! Just wondering is it possible that one can get pregnant? I have everything you can think of from the vomiting, breast tenderness, bloating, sleeping all the time just everything. I use to run 5 miles a day and now i sleep. I would love to have another baby but im just wondering how possible can it truly be. Another thing i had 2 periods last month but the second one was weird and i never had it like that and my periods are regluar also. Just need advise
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, there is a small chance of pregnancy after having your tubes tied. Take a test and if it's positive see your doctor ASAP since you have a higher risk of a tubal pregnancy.
    Proud mommy to PJ (3)


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