can i get pregnant after my husband had a vasectomy 7 years ago?
no once he has had it you will not beable to get pregnant :)
you cheated on him didn't you.
Every once in a while a vasectomy will reverse. A pregnancy test is cheap enough.
Vastectomies can be reversed, but it isn't 100% effective.
No Um yes you can
No it is impossible for anyone to get pregnant after a guy has had a vasectomy.
i dont know but i am hoping not because i am in this very predicament!!!!!!!!!
Yes it is possible for you to get pregnant. That is why they say it is 99.9% effective there is always a possibility and I have seen it happen
If your husband did not have his post-vasectomy counts done, then yes, it is possible. If he did have them done and was given the all-clear then it's still possible, but unlikely.
zero, but get a sperm count to be sure
If the vasectomy was performed properly, it is generally considered to be extremely effective. There is, however, a chance that it didn't "take".
I had a vasectomy about 10 yrs ago. Got remarried we have no kids together. What can we do to get her pregnant
Assuming his vasectomy was successful. Usually after a vasectomy, seminal fluid is checked for the presence of sperm. He could reverse his vasectomy. There are some problems after a vasectomy reversal. Sometimes men develop antibodies to their own sperm. I know that sounds strange, but, that is the main reason men are still infertile after a successful reversal.
No, an vasectomy, cuts off the vas deferens, so sperm cannot get out of the penis. The same thing is done with a women (If they allow it) and their tubes are tided, so the egg cannot get out.
Yes you could be pregnant. Sometimes the vasectomy will grow back together. Now be sure that if you are pregnant the doctor tells your husband that this is possable so he wont think you have cheated on him.
It has been known that some doctors don't do a good job when it comes to a vasectomy. It would be to your advantage to have your husband go to your family doctor and have tests run to be sure the vasectomy took well. If all is well then you aren't pregnant. It is noted that for a 2 weeks to a month after a vasectomy the man should not have sexual contact with his wife or girlfriend. My husband had one several years ago and that's what we were told. If you were told that and didn't get pregnant you were very lucky. You need two sperm counts, with no sperm in either to ensure you are no longer fertile, and it may take upto 6 months.
You could be entering http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/2396. And it is possible that the vasectomy has 'grown' together, but it is pretty rare.
Yes, but it is probaly rare.
Yes, you certainly could be. But unless your husband is in the group of 15 out of a 1,000 men who have it go wrong, you definitely should not be.As with all medical issues, consult with a medical professional to get advice specific to your situation.
If the vasectomy was done properly, there should not even be a 5% chance of getting pregnant, as this procedure is the most effective way of preventing pregnancy short of a hysterectomy or abstinence. The best thing to do is to have your husband see his physician and have a semenalysis performed, where they can determine whether or not he has any sperm in his ejaculate. Often after a vasectomy, the body recognizes sperm as a foreign substance and "attacks" it with antibodies; this is why vasectomy reversals don't work a good deal of the time. ! Dr. B.
There is a possibly chance if the "tubes" reconnected but it's a low one.
February 22, 2012