Practicaly the chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are zero.
Signs of pregnancy after tubal ligation are a positive pregnancy test. If your test is negative, you're not pregnant.
so there is a chance that you can get pregant even if you have had a tubal ligation
After a tubal ligation you should NOT be able to get pregnant.
Pregnancy or euctopic pregnancy.
It has been known to happen, but in general, pregnancy is extremely unlikely after a tubal ligation.
"Any operation has risks. There are some risks to a tubal ligation, but there are also risks to a pregnancy and to birth control methods, so the reasons behind the tubal ligation have to be considered."
There is a slight risk immediately following tubal ligation surgery of becoming pregnant. After one year the risk factor of pregnancy is 1 in 1000.
The more time that passes after a tubal ligation the (slightly) higher the risk of regeneration of the fallopian tube/s. It is extremely rare but it can happen. Because there is scar tissue from the tubal ligation, there is also an increase chance of a tubal pregnancy. If your period suddenly stops, whether you are having symptoms of pregnancy or not, take a pregnancy test or see your OB / GYN.
Tubal ligation would generally be done after the birth, not during pregnancy. Anytime you decide you no longer want the risk of pregnancy, a doctor can preform this procedure.
It's possible, but very unlikely to get pregnant if a woman has had a bilateral tubal ligation and her male partner has received a vasectomy.
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If you had tubal ligation,then you will not get pregnant anymore.
Pregnancy after tubal ligation is very rare. Tubal ligation has less than a 2% failure rate and even if you do get pregnant without reversal surgery you are more likely to have an ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy is very dangerous and you should see a Dr immediately if you feel that you may be pregnant.
Yes, it is possible to get pregnant after a tubal ligation. In rare instances the tubal ligation does not work and you may get pregnant but the instance of ectopic rate is very high and a doctor should be consulted right away. IVF is also available for those who want to conceive after a tubal ligation. This can be very expensive and many cannot afford. Tubal ligation reversal surgery is also an option. As proven in the Tubal Ligation Reversal Pregnancy Report 2009 this treatment has a better overall pregnancy success rate. Not only is it less taxing to the woman's body it is less expensive.
Tubal ligation, usually written bilateral tubal ligation, means getting your tubes tied to avoid pregnancy.
yes you can....my cousin had a tubal and proceeded to get pregnant and have a healthy child a year later
Getting your tubes tied is an expression for a tubal ligation procedure. Tubal ligation is form of female sterilization, a permanent birth control method. Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that seals fallopian tubes and eliminates the chance of pregnancy.
Small chance, but it can happened.
Yes. There is an 0.4% failure rate for tubal ligation resulting in pregnancy (1 in 250). Most of these are ectopic pregnancies and many are in the tubes. The tubal ligation success rate is 99% in the first year, but after that, there can be increased chances that the body will heal itself and rebuild or reconnect the tubes. See the comment in the discussion section for an anecdotal summary of one case.
After having a tubal ligation procedure you will still menstruate. There are also no hormonal changes when you have the tubal ligation procedure.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
No. Tubal ligation simply prevents the sperm from reaching the egg, and the egg from reaching the uterus. Hormones are not disrupted. On second thought, yeah, tubal ligation does affect hormones in one way - you won't experience the hormonal changes associated with pregnancy.
If you have had a tubal ligation and you want to become pregnant, it may happen, but you'll have better chances if you have a surgical procedure to reverse the tubal ligation. There is no guarantee that you'll experience success after a reversal, but the ability to reverse a tubal ligation is there and it will dramatically increase your chances of becoming pregnant again. Here is a website related to your question. HTH. http://www.amazingpregnancy.com/pregnancy-articles/486.html