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period out of wack!! can u get pregnant with tubes tide
2mamazboyz posted:
for the past few months i had had my period, it has been from 2-4 days heavy then gone for 2 weeks then back for a full 6 day heavy cycle, int he same month. next month the same thing, having 2 times and when i am done i spot the rest of the month. this month i had it for 1 day and it was super light. i walk everyday, my diet is pretty good, i haven't done anything different, just since may 2011. i also have my tubes tide, i had the tubal ligation done last march, they said i was good to go, my husband and i don't use anything, don't feel the need, but i am concernd why this is going on, it is really bothering my everyday, i know when i am supposed to start to i get ready then i don't, then it hits me another day and i have a huge mess. don't have a dr. at the moment looking for one with new insurance, so i am asking u, what is this and why am i going through this, 130 pounds, 29yrs old, very active, it used to be normal, every month from the 2-6 and easy flow. something new is going on

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georgiagail responded:
Yes, it is possible that tubal ligations can fail. However, your symptoms have nothing to do with pregnancy.

You need to back to your gynecologist (or find a new one) to discuss this abnormal bleeding business with them.


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