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HisMrsSugar posted:
I'm almost 30 and I got my tubes clamped 4 years ago after my son was born. A few moths ago my period was 6 days late. So I took 3 test, one positive a 2 inconclusive. I started bleeding badly the next day. Now, I'm having symptoms of pregnancy but i dont get my next period til the 24th. In the last 6 months or so my boobs have been getting sore and tender about 2 weeks before i'm due for mother nature.... Need info on this bc when i look it up i dont get much of anything.
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karenfio responded:
Sounds like you could be prego or just having bad PMS.. take another test and if it's positive, than go to the gyno for an ultrasound to find out. If you are, it's such a blessing!
littlemomma04 responded:
hello i read what you said and i got clamped after my little girl was born in jan 4th 2011 i wanted to get it done because she came 3 months to soon so we both that is was a good time to get fixed but for the past 2 weeks i have been feeling sick in the morning and at night but i know they told me there's no way i can get pg again with it done and now im 6 days late and not understand why im late they oways came on the same date every month so i hope you find out your answer because i really don't know alot about the clamps

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