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    Tubal with nova sure ablation in April 2013 reg mens. Til July then nothing almost 11weeks help!!'n
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    Mylyfe7987 posted:
    Hi I am a 26 year old mother of 2. A boy born in 06. And a girl in. 08. I had bilateral tubal ligation with ablation in April 2013, I had my reg. cycle in May June and July. But it is now October 19 and I have not had one since July 4. I feel sick, tired irritable weight gAin mucousy discharge lactation I have not took pg test I have however been back and forth all September to er for rectal pressure extreme pain in abdomen and lower back also a sharp pain in the perineal area. Cravings etc and hot all the time could I be pregnant? Help!
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    Its not likely if you had the ablation. But have you had a u/s at any of your er visits? You would be able to tell for sure with that because it would have shown up on u/s by now. The only concern would maybe be that if you had a ectopic pregnancy but if that was the case its more likely to have happened right after the ablation. It does sounds like something is def going on though and sounds like you need more testing done. U/s or CT scan and blood work. I would make an appointment.


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