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    An_250925 posted:
    Can someone get pregnant many years after a tubal ligation?

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    i would like someone to tell me that it would physically impossible to get pregnant almost 20 years after a tubal ligation has been performed.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, it's still possible to get pregnant after having had a tubal ligation 20 years ago. Chances are pretty low but not zero.
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