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

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Can you get Pregnant with only one tube one ovary and being tied?


You can still get pregnant although your tubes are tied. I would go to the store, get a pregnancy test to make sure.


yes. you still have a uterus plus all the hormones that tell your cycle to keep going.


No. The Fallopian tubes at the uterus will be tied off so no sperm can reach the eggs that you will still produce.


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.


A tubal ligation, commonly referred to as having the tubes tied, does not affect menstruation. Although the egg released by the ovary cannot travel to the uterus, the uterus still prepares for the possibility of pregnancy, which leads to the menstrual cycle when pregnancy does not occur.


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?


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


can you take clomid while your tubes tied


The Fallopian tubes, one from each ovary.


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.


Yes, it causes very much pain in the vaginal area, and probably will have chronic pain on and near the vagina for about a week after.



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


Oophoralgia is the medical term meaning pain in an ovary. Pain in the ovary region at the time of ovulation is known as mittelshmerz.


Tubes clipped - Fallopian tubes are clipped and it is reversible. Tubes cauterized (burned) - Tubes are burned (not reversible). Tubes tied - Doctors don't do this procedure that often, but it is what it is, your fallopian tubes are tied. (reversible but with difficulty and lower success rate)


well.... since the whole point of getting your tubes tied is to not get pregnant no...


None. Women have their fallopian tubes tied when they no longer want to get pregnant.


when you get your tubes tiedyes and no when you get your tubes tied you can still have your priod but no you can no get pregant.yes you can become pregnant after your tubes are tied, burned, etc. It is very rare but possible.


after you have 2 kids you can get your tubes tied, i got mine tied after my second daughter was born


If a woman gets her tubes tied (tubal ligation) she will not be able to get pregnant, but she will still menstruate (have her period). In a tubal ligation the fallopian tubes that carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus are cut (and closed), but the ovaries themselves aren't removed. Since the ovaries are still producing hormones, the walls of the uterus will continue to cycle through its changes, and a period will occur.


If a woman gets her tubes tied (tubal ligation) she will not be able to get pregnant, but she will still menstruate (have her period). In a tubal ligation the fallopian tubes trhat carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus are cut, but the ovaries themselves aren't removed. Since the ovaries are still producing hormones, the walls of the uterus will continue to cycle through its changes, and a period will occur.


It's hormonal, not physical. The egg would still leave your ovaries when your tubes are tied, they just don't get past the tied fallopian tubes.You still generate the corpus luteum and will still get your period.Apparently you were misinformed. I would suggest talking to the doctor who did your tubal ligation.



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