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Answered 2013-08-18 23:14:36

You can get your tubes tied with an IUD inserted. It's a good way to ensure continued protection.

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Getting an IUD is not common if your tubes are tied.

There is no need to remove the IUD before (or after) having your tubes tied. Leaving it in will ensure continuous protection.

There are no side effects of having your tubes tied and leaving an IUD in place. There is no pressing need to remove the IUD if you have other pregnancy protection.

Yes, you can use a hormonal IUD after getting your tubes tied. Talk with your health care provider to see if this option might be helpful for you.

An IUD insertion is an in-office procedure. The IUD is inserted into the uterus.

No, you can't have the IUD inserted if you're pregnant.

No, an IUD can't be inserted right after birth, but can be inserted around the 6 week postpartum exam.

If you have the IUD inserted when you're pregnant, you'll have to have it removed as soon as possible. At that point, you can continue or terminate the pregnancy.

can you have pain in the ovary after you have had your tubes tied

To have it reversed. That is your only chance unless someone donates an egg to you and you have it fertilized in a lab and then inserted.

You can have the IUD removed at any time, even within hours of having it inserted.

No, not ususally. There Is Some cases when you get your tubes tied an it doesn't work. but my mom got her tubes tied and there are no problems.

If your tubes are tied you are NOT pregnant, but you WILL have a period.

Can you have a miscarriage even though your tubes are tied?

can you take clomid while your tubes tied

You shouldn't be able to get pregnant is correct, but that answer is only if you live in a perfect world. I know that I have had a child and a miscarriage after my tubes were tied. There is no guaranty when the tubes are tied.

There are no special techniques or considerations for correct IUD use. You have it inserted, and there's nothing else to do.

No, IUD insertion is an in-office procedure and does not require a special operating room.

If you like, the IUD can be removed the minute after it's inserted. It would be a little silly, but it can be done.

The IUD is sterile, is inserted into the uterus using sterile technique, and can't cause infection.

The ParaGard IUD is one of the safest IUDs to use. It is made of copper, is hormone free, can stay inserted for a long time and can be inserted and removed by your gynecologist.

yes you can be pregnant with tubes tied but after a surgery called tubal reversal

You may have been given a card at the time the IUD was inserted that tells when to have it removed. You may also call the health care provider who inserted it to get information from your chart.

I wouldn't have thought so because you then run the risk of getting pregnant. The gynaecologist performing your op could easily remove it at the same time.

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