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    kryptonitechic posted:
    I had a tubal ligation in 2006. My last period only lasted 3 days and was very light, this is not normal at all for me.Since My breasts have become larger, Ive had a little mornig sickness for a few days, constipated for a few days and and also moodyness.My next period should have started 3 days ago. My new husband and I want to have a child without having to have a tubal reversal. I was told when I was having my first couple of children that I was very fertile. What are the chance that I am pregnant now?
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    kryptonitechic responded:
    Is there snything I can do to increase my chances of becoming pregnant?


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