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    pregnant after tubal and have pcos
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    scady1010 posted:
    I had my tubes tied 4 years ago when my daughter was 8 months old. i was diagnosed with PCOS 8 months after that. i usually have a period every 3-6 months my last one was in may and nothing yet. I am having alot of pregnancy symptoms from fatigue to heartburn. do you think it is possible for me to be pregnant after a tubal and having PCOS?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, pregnancy is a distant possibility. Take a test.
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    butterflygirl_530 responded:
    I say yes that pregnancy is possible. I had my tubes tied a little over a year ago and found out in July of this year that I am pregnant. Take a test just to be sure. KUP


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