Also known as tubectomy, tubal ligation is a major surgical operation wherein the fallopian tubes are pinched shut, sealed or severed to prevent fertilization. Some studies show that tubal ligation lowers the risk of ovarian cancer.
Also known as tubectomy, tubal ligation is a major surgical operation wherein the fallopian tubes are pinched shut, sealed or severed to prevent fertilization. Some studies show that tubal ligation lowers the risk of ovarian cancer.
if you can read my mind i just want to know if am pregnant
You should check with your OB/GYN on this - there are too many possibilities from completely minor to more serious for anyone to try to guess what it could be.
You'll lose the case and a lot of money and feel pretty stupid afterwards.
It sounds like your emissions canister replace the tubes.
yeah you most certainly can. you will just bleed a little longer than normal but it is fine just let your doc know so they can provide you with pads so you dont bleed everywhere lol
As soon as you feel comfortable after the surgery. After all, you may have had several cuts in your abdominal wall to accomplish the tubal ligation.
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I had mine done at 21 and I'm in Georgia
I doubt it. Go to your doctor to see what the problem is.
Although it is unlikely, if you still have ovaries and a womb it is still possible to become pregnant.
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There has been alot of discussion relating to side effects regarding tubal ligation. One body of evidence suggests that it is not uncommon for women to have oestrogen dominance thus contributing to PCOS syndrome and symptoms such as acne, irregular periods, pain etc
Really! I was wondering if before this positive pregnancy was there ever a positive preg. before that didn't last for more then a month?The reason why I ask is because about a year ago I had a positive pg test the pregnancy did not last more then a month and now my period is all out of wack now but in this whole year I've had 4 positives that dnt last mote then a month… Read More
I ve looked into it as I am also considering one and it ranges anywhere from 6000 to 20000. Depending on where you go, your hospital stay etc. A hospital stay is USUALLY reqiured because it's considered major abdominal surgery.
Yes, just happened to us today. Waiting for second blood test in 2 days and ultrasound to see where baby is.
Aside from the usual way, you can receive the implantation of an in vitrio fertilized egg. It is also possible to be artificially inseminated with semen from a sperm donor. Rarely, but not impossible, pregnancies result from accidental artificial insemination if the woman is, how shall we say this, less than hygienic with her sex toys. Apart from the traditional way there are the option of sperm donors and IVF treatment. IVF treatment is more… Read More
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Getting your tubes tied is a personal choice. Whether you have children or not doesn't play into it. If married, your spouse has to sign a letter of understanding as to what it entails and means.
You're most likely cramping because your period is arriving. Pregnancy is slightly possible but there is only 1% risk of pregnancy. If your period doesn't arrive then see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
Sperm do not depend on gravity, they swim, even uphill. It is more dependent on when you had sex. Most women ovulate 12-17 days after the first day of their last menses, however a small number of women can get pregnant at any time in the cycle.
Hello, I would recommend you see your Doctor for a thorough evaluation & blood tests. A missed period can be caused by many things, the most common cause (apart from pregnancy) is irregular periods or a hormonal imbalance. Because you had a Tubal then its quite unlikely you will become pregnant, but not every procedure is 100% sufficent at preventing pregnancy so because of this I would also consider having a pregnancy blood test performed.
Unfortunately sometimes these things aren't 100% effective as they are even reversable now a days. However, what you are noticing could be changing hormones and such. It oculd also be symptoms of other things happeneing in the general area that aren't desirable. Contact your doctor if you are still concerned... that's the best most safest way to get an accurate answer and peace of mind! Hope that helps some. Pam
Anything is possible but not as likely.
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I just had one fallopian tube and ovary removed due to an ovarian cyst. They also tied my other tube off and did a c-section at the same time.
I think it may depend on how it's done. The doctor who performed mine told me there is a way to do it that is not necessarily permanent and there is a way where they actually burn the tubes or something like that (I was in labor and a little foggy on the details). Anyway, he only does it the "permanent" way and wanted to make sure it's what I wanted because I was only… Read More
Waiting 6 weeks has nothing to do with the tubal. After a tubal you can have intercourse and be protected right away. Its the C-Section that you need to wait 6 weeks at least for because your body needs to heal. Its no different after you have had a baby vaginally. You still have to wait at least 6 weeks. Hope that helps.
You can only get your tubes tied if your physician refers you to a specialist who can perform the procedure. Your physician will speak with you about whether or not you're old enough. That above statement might be true in some countries but in New Zealand its not the case, you can choose to have one at any time here. It does vary state to state and country to country and doctor to doctor. I… Read More
Excruciating lower abdominal pain, fever, flu-like symptoms, possible hemmoraging.
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If your tubes were tied, you're not pregnant. The HPT proved that, although I'm not sure what you mean by "until a few hours later." The test is designed to be read in the presribed time. Reading it HOURS later will yield a false positive. Your brief periods, feelings of being pregnant, and back pain could all be signs of serious gynecological problems. Get thee to a doctor. PRONTO!
unlikely have your pregnancy kit handy for your worry free
improper digesting or eating to fast are majority cause of upper stomach lump continous symtom go visit your local clinic
Historically, some TL's have failed.
It costs app. $6,300 below is a website that offers info and financial advicehttp://www.babies-by-levin.com/Google.htm there you go It costs about as much to get your tubes untied as it does to adopt a baby. Hope that answers your question.im not sure if you are living in Canada or not but, in nova scotia it cost $4700 for a tubal reversal. hope this hepls
You should see your doctor. You could have an atopic pregnancy.
I'm 23. I had my tubes tied 2 years ago after pregnancy complications with my 4th pregnancy. I was in my 2nd trimester and I had a heart problem that was getting worse as my pregnancy progressed. My doctor recommended getting my tubes tied because birth control pills nor the patch had worked. So my doctor performed the abortion and tubal ligation. I wouldn't recommend it unless you are 100% sure or a doctor advises… Read More
The pregnancy in which embryo implants in the fallopian tube.
If they are taken accurately, yes. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate
Before that happens it will grow too big for your tubes and you will be in serious pain and eventually go into shock. You need surgery by then so they don't burst and they will remove the baby.
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call your O.B.G.Y.N she can guide u in the right direction. good luck!
Suing is dumb.
You would have to ask the gynecologist who did the original operation.
If this has just happened recently it is possible that you are approaching the menopause and your hormones are out of whack. If it has been happening for all of the 14 years I am very surprised you have waited so long to do something about it. In both cases you need to see a doctor as frequesnt heavy periods can lead to anemia and all the complications that follow it.
i was told by my ob that she cut and burned them "really good"......but now i have read where they can heal and grow back together after this method.........so i am not sure that burning them is the best way. i think removing them is the better way from what i have read. good luck!
i don't know about Maryland but in Ohio you can get your tubes tied if you turn 23 or have three kids...i don't know if all states are the same or not
It is unlikely you are pregnant, tubal ligations usually fail within the first one or two years if they are going to. You don't say how old you are, is it possible you are menopausal? Answer I'm 38, I've had tests done and I'm not premenpausal
I would think it is not unusual but you really should ask your doctor.
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If a tubal ligation is going to fail it usually does so in the first 2 or 3 years, but it sounds as though you might be pregnant, or could you be menopausal?
www.fittobeuntied.com This is a forum for women who have had a tubal ligation and most are now wanting a tubal ligation reversal. It is a place for emotional support after you have had a tubal ligation and are needing emothional support. www.tubal.org This is another forum that you can go to just to get information about a tubal ligation and PTLS which is known as Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. It deals with all the things… Read More
== == ; : hi, i just curious,I'm 25 yrs old and 3 children. i missed period this month and i had a tubal ligation filshie clips. do you think i might be pregnant? sometimes i got sore my nipple but not all the time. help me, thanks for ur share. Yes it is possible to fall pregnant after a tubal ligation. If you do happen to fall pregnant naturally, the chance of a eptopic… Read More
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I had a tubal ligation done 3 years after my daughter was born. I had my period last month and I am now late this month. I have been tired, crampy and breasts are tender. I had my tubes cut and burned and now I'm wondering if it's possible that I could be pregnant? Also, if I am, could it be a healthy pregnancy? Hugs4three
See your doctor for a examination and a blood test to check for a hormonal imbalance.
A tubular pregnancy is when a fertilized egg has lodged in the Fallopian tube. It is painful, often ruptures, seek medical attention right away. The pregnancy will never come to term, in other words no baby can grow inside the tube.
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Yes, for the first 3 months
it depends on your policy. for mine, once i met my $500 deductible (which is billed to you by whomever is doing the surgery) if it was an in-network provider it was covered 100%; out of network provider was covered at 80%. in-patient stay was a $150 charge on top of that and out-of-patient stay was subject to a $300 deductible. all in all i was pleasantly surprised, i didn't think it was going to… Read More
i find evening primrose oil capsules help, 3 a day, 1000mg strength, available from health food stores, or chemists
There is a special tool to correctly crimp those clamps. Check with your local auto parts store.
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I was on my period during my tubal ligation, and when I woke up, I was only spotting. The next day my period was gone. The tubal ligation completely stopped my period... was great.
"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."
Yes, but it will take longer to get out of the operating room due to 2 major surgeries being done one after another
No. They don't "un-clamp".
NO! Any procedure that needs to be done has to wait until after the baby is born.
I had a tubal cut and burned in 2005 my son was born June 2008 and when I had my c-section they said I was still cut and burned. They still to this day cannot tell me how I got pregnant. I can tell you he is healthy and extremely smart. I had no complications and delivery was perfect! :) I hope this helps.
Women have less than a 2% chance of becoming pregnant naturally after having a tubal ligation. If you feel that you may be pregnant after a tubal ligation you should see a Dr as soon as possible to rule out an ectopic pregnancy. Women who have had a tubal ligation are at a high risk for ectopic pregnancy which can be life threatening.
Pregnant After Tubes Burned? Unlikely. A recent study (the Collaborative Review of Sterilization, or CREST, study) looked at 10,000 women who had undergone tubal ligation and found 143 failures (a failure rate of 1.4 percent). It can be higher when a tubal is done at the time of a C-section. The failure rate also tends to increase the longer it has been since one had a tubal ligation. The U.S. Collaborative Review of Sterilization (CREST)… Read More
Having a tubal ligation does not increase your bodyweight. The recovery time for the surgery is around three to five days, and should not pose any form of long-term problem in your current diet or weight loss plan. Once your doctor clears you back to normal activity, you'd lose weight the same way anyone else would. A healthy diet and excercise.
I am 37 year old insulin dependit diabetic and I had my first child who just turned 14 month. At the time of birth the doctors cut my tubes so I thought all would be fine, but I just missed a period. I took a pregnancy test and it came out negative so I don't know what to think, I am worried. i had my tubes done laproscopically and they were burnt in April 2006… Read More
Unfortunately I can not speak from experience but I have a friend (imagine that) that had a tubal done over 7 years ago and just about a month ago she got it reversed. She was not in the hospital for long and only stayed home from work for 2 weeks as she was advised to not do any heavy lifting and stay off her feet for a minimum of 7-10 days. She did say that… Read More
If by "best" you mean most reliable, then the best method of birth control not involving the pill is a vasectomy (male sterilization), with a 99.85% annual success rate. Annual success rate means the likelihood of a normally sexually active couple going one year without pregnancy. Other reliable methods include combined injections (Lunelle or Cycloferm - 99.8% annual success rate), Essure (99.8%), IUD with progesterone (99.8%), tubul ligation (99.5%), and copper IUD (99.2%). Male latex… Read More
No, if I were you, I'd go see a doctor as soon as possible. It isn't usually normal for a healty woman not to have a period. Well I personally had my tubes tied in June of 2005 and just had my first "REAL" period last week January 16, 2006, so yes it is possible and I was not pregnant and still am not pregnant. I had my tubes burned. if you were breast feeding… Read More
Home pregnancy tests are quite accurate. If anything, they give false negatives because it might not have picked up enough of the pregnancy hormone but positives are usually accurate. If you want to be absolutely sure, take another test and if that one too says you are pregnant, count on it. most are 99%
Plus the doctor has to decide which birth control is best for you since not all birth control pills are the same. Go to your nearest family planning clinic if you dont want to go to your doctor and exolain things to them they will them prescribe it if its needed and it is all private and confidential You cannot go to a pharmacy to pick up birth control pills without a prescription. If you… Read More
The depo shot is very effective when taken alone. If you are also taking spermicide, although nothing but abstinence is 100%, I think you are pretty close, provided that the spermicide is also taken as instructed. i.e., 15 minutes before intercourse but not longer than one hour, unless it's VCF (vaginal contraceptive film) which must be taken at least 25 minutes prior to intercourse and can last as long as 3 hours. Good for you… Read More
In the laparoscopy procedure, the abdomen is filled with carbon dioxide gas so that the abdominal wall balloons away from the uterus and tubes. The surgeon makes a small cut just below the navel and inserts a laparoscope, a small telescope-like instrument. A second incision is made just above the pubic hairline to allow the entrance of the instrument that will cut, sew or burn the tubes. The surgery takes about half an hour. The… Read More
You are probably not pregnant as a blood test is much more accurate than a urine test. It is unusual though that the urine pregnancy test showed a positive because usually if results are wrong it is usually false negatives as the pregnancy hormone wasn't detected yet. If I were you, I would take another urine test to be sure, maybe the one you took was defective. All in all, I bet you are not… Read More
A tubal can be reversed, but it's about 8000 dollars and it's not a guarantee that it will be reversed successfully. The chances of a healthy baby depend on the woman and the mans health and every other factor that all women have.
She needs to talk to a doctor about having it reversed. It will cost about 8000 dollars and there probably isn't an insurance that will cover any of it. And it's not always 100% reversable. There is a chance that it won't be reversed successfully. Have you considered IVF? its cheaper than having the tubal reversed.
Stomach pain can be a symptom of many things, including pregnancy. Here are opinions and advice from FAQ Farmers: Don't think that it's the baby kicking or something, usually with pregnancy it's merely gas. Don't overreact to simple stomach pain, most of the time when you think you're pregnant, most of the pain you feel is paranoid related. Wait to see if you skip your period, and even then it doesn't exactly mean you're pregnant… Read More
A pregnancy test can be positive before you even have missed a period. Many tests can provide positive results within 10 days after you become pregnant, however it is usually best to wait until you've missed a period because the HCG hormone (the hormone found in early pregnancy)will be stronger which in that case will give you definite results.
Hey be very careful with that if you have any bleeding that is heavier than normal go to the ER. I had a friend that had a tubal pg three years after having her tubes tied. BECAREFUL! Email if you have more questions I have had to have a tube removed (tubal PG) ! Brandi
Answer It depends on how much of the tube was damaged during the tubal ligation. A reversal doctor would be able to look at your post-op reports and tell you what you chances for a successfull reversal are. nothing was wrong with my tubes when I had it done they done it at the time of a c-section I would like to know how possible is it to have it all reversed
well I had my second son 1 yr ago and I got my tubes tied after my son was born during a c-section. It is March 2,2006 and my period is two weeks late. I am a person that has had regular periods and I was not on birth control. I am having signs of pregnancy but I am not sure. I am hundred percent sure that if your period is late after getting your… Read More
i live in Canada, Halifax nova scotia. and i had mine done about 2yrs ago and it was free. however to warn you if you think that at any tiem you may change your mind about it and want to have it reversed, the cost for that, (Canadian) is $4700. i called to find out 4days ago . so for thoughts to pnder, keep that in mind. hope ive helped!! Tubal ligation costs about $1,000… Read More
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no, producing breastmilk, or breastfeeding will not alter the outcome of a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
The U.S. Collaborative Review of Sterilization (CREST) found the failure rate for tubal ligation (all occlusion methods) to be 1.85% after 10 years. Of the sterilization failures in CREST, one third were ectopic pregnancies (not within the uterus). Because of the high rate of ectopic pregnancy, women of child bearing age who have had tubal sterilization should have a pregnancy test performed if they have not had a menstrual period. If the woman is pregnant… Read More
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GO TO THE DOCTOR because if your not pregnant then there might just be something wrong kb
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Answer It means go to the dr. Don't chance health of yourself and possibly a childs. It probably means you have uterine fibroids.You often get a "fluttering" feeling with these.The best way to find out is to go to the doctor.