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    Pregnant after Tubal Ligation?
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    MRK1981 posted:
    Tubal Ligation in 2008...breasts are sore, cravings, exhausted all the time, headaches, period was 3 weeks ago...but only for a few days and VERY light. No clots either and I usually have clots during my period.

    It is too soon to take a HPT, but these symptoms I am having are strange. My breasts were NEVER sore during my period or near my period but always in the beginning of pregnancy. I wouldn't mind being pregnant again since I regret having my tubal ligation...but what are the chances? I had the modified pomeroy procedure and that is one of the types that can be reversed....but can it come "undone" or maybe a fistula can form? Any info would be great. Thanks!
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Since your period was out-of-characther for you, you can take a test now.

    Yes, pregnancy is a possibility since nothing is 100%.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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