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Pregnancy success after tubal reversal/pre eclampsia
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Hopeful0324 posted:
Hello!

I've never posted a question on here, so forgive me if I leave something out or type too much! I had twins four years ago, they were preemies because I had pre-e, therefore they had to take them by emergency c-section 2 months early. I was on bed rest in the hospital over half of my pregnancy. I was healthy, athletic and in shape prior to getting pregnant, so my body just couldn't handle the pregnancy I'm guessing. Anyway, about a year ago, my husband and I decided that it was best to get my tubes tied and an ablation, considering I've had endometriosis since I've started my cycle as a teenager. We have 6 children together, as a blended family, so we figured that we'd never be able to afford anymore. Little did we know, I'd find a great job and now we're going to be able to possibly be able to afford a baby between the two of us. (The twins are mine and my exes, his four are his and his exes). We're concerned though, considering the several issues I had with my last pregnancy and what the success rate might be if we were to try. Are there any professionals or anyone on here who might have been in the same boat as us? Thank you all in advance!
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
If you had an endometrial ablation, I don't think pregnancy would be successful as that removes uterine tissue.
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