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Yes, you won't have a period anymore.
If your tubes are tied you are NOT pregnant, but you WILL have a period.
You still ovulate and the uterus still shed the old lining. Having your tubes tied only prevents the egg from entering the uterus.
No a woman can't get pregnant if she got her tubes tied no matter if she's on her period or not.
Missed period tubes are tied
Its possible that an egg could have passed the point of ligation. To be on the safe side you should wait for your next period.
Once your tubes are tied after your next period just in case you've already ovulated (max of 4 weeks depending on what part of your cycle you are in) To be sure, ask a doctor about this before or after the procedure.
Having your tubes tied is not entirely effective, if you've gotten pregnant once with them tied chances are you can again.
You can't get pregnant if you had your tubes tied. It's not medically possible.
The whole point of a woman having her fallopian tubes tied - is so she doesn't get pregnant !
Can I still get pregnant while having my tubes tied and can they come untied on their own
Yes, you can because it was tied down a long time ago. Yes, you can because it was tied down a long time ago.
Yes, you still have a period.Answeryes you get a period after getting your tubes tied. i just had mine done in April of 2001 and in may i started my cycle. it may be heavy at first for the first few months but then will go back to normal. if you do not get one after having the tied call your obgyn and let them know. you may get an infection.
You should not be able to get pregnant. Just having your tubes tied would be enough to prevent pregnancy, especially if they were cut then tied (tubal ligation).
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.
Periods will stop at menopause. Getting your tubes tied won't stop your period.
They can get their tubes tied.
The whole point of having your "tubes tied" is to prevent pregnancy, so the question is kind of nonsensical on that level as well as the level of grammatically being nearly incomprehensible.
Yes, you still have your period having having your tubes tied. The uterus still sheds monthly, even though there is no egg being released to flow through the tube into the uterus.
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