Only if your surgeon is attempting to reopen the tubes. If he is only removing adhesions (scars) from the outside of the tubes, then you are no more likely to get pregnant than you are now.
I think you can have chance of becoming pregnant after having fallopian tube sterilization and you can get more and more information at www.momlogic.com/2009/01/pregnancy_still_possible_after.php.
some people when they have their tubes tied are left with little tears which can allow sperm through. is more common if youd had a c-section in the past.
No it doesn't. The only negative side to having tubes in your ears is that you have to be more careful in/around water (going into a pool, taking a bath or shower, etc.). There is no pain associated with having tubes.
By the grace of god...why did you get your tubes tied if you wanted (more) children? I'm a med student and I know for a fact that even if you have a tubal reversal, chances are you still won't get pregnant.
You can get pregnant by Atificial Insemination without ever having sex.
PID will not necessarily cause infertility problems but every bout of PID increases the chance of infertility. The more times you have PID, the more likely it is that you won't be able to have children. When you have PID, bacteria infect the tubes or cause inflammation of the tubes. This turns normal tissue into scar tissue, which can block your tubes and make it harder to get pregnant. Even having just a little scar tissue can keep you from getting pregnant. You can find more information about this topic at http://www.womenshealth.gov/faq/pelvic-inflammatory-disease.cfm
Your options are extremely limited. Really you only have two effective options. 1. Restorative surgery on your tubes which runs around $7000 or more and is not covered by many insurances.It is not guaranteed to work. 2. IVF or in vitro fertilization which runs around $8000 or more, is not covered by many insurances,and also is not guaranteed to work.
Hello. The chances of pregnancy would be low but yes because of your past history you could become pregnant again.
It is possible, and probably more common than people realise.
Menopause more likely.