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Normal Pregnancy with Tubes Still Tied
LadyFoxx79 posted:
I have my tubes tied back in 2008 and now 2010 I found out that I am 6 weeks pregnet and my tubes are still tied and the baby is not in my tubes. Is their anybody who have or had thier tubes tied and had a normal pregnancy.
Pamela11703 responded:
Im sorry I have not had that experience so im not much help, but that's amazing that you would get pregnant after getting your tubes tied... I think the chances are 2-3 in 1,000. What did your doctor say?

Pam (28), DH (31), Patrick (3), Ryan (2), Edd 10/15/10
phoenixfire76 responded:
I know some one who had her tubes tide after the birth of her twins and then got pregnant 3 yrs later and went on to have a now health 4 yr old little boy. I would suggest making sure you get all the testing need to be done to make sure everything is ok and are satisfied and understand what ever the results are before proceeding.

Best of Luck.
lawhitaker responded:
I'm currently pregnant with my 5th baby. I had my tubes cut, tied, and burned in Sept 2008. Guess they grew back? I have no idea...but I'm due in June with a new LO. :)

The pregnancy has been healthy and uneventful. Make sure you see a doctor ASAP to check the position of the baby, etc.

Good luck and if you have questions, need someone to talk to etc, feel free to email me:
sweetprincess6375 responded:
good luck with your upcomming birth i had my tubes tied june 2006 and really wished i didn't i was told you couldn't get pregnant with them tied but my doctors told me i could still get pregnant and now im trying to and after reading this i see you can have a baby with your tubes tied good luck with your up comming birth

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