You sleep with the mailman.
If he has had a surgical procedure then yes, if you sleep with another man, you can.
Just be honest and tell him. And learn to spell husbandJust be honest and tell him. And learn to spell husband
Yes it is possible I had iud and husband got fixed now I'm prego with twins.
Yes, it can happen.It depends on the type of surgery performed. I have living proof that it can happen.My Husband had it done and I ended up with twins.
It's highly unlikely. Both procedures have less than a 2% failure rate.
No, they cannot.
We repair what your husband fixed
No. She's fixed.
No, because fixed means fixed. They have stuff taken away required to have babies when fixed.
Not unless he has the surgery reversed.
The OED is the Oxford English Dictionary. Reading it non-stop may prevent pregnancy but its not recommended. But an IUD (intra-uterine device) is also pretty good at stopping pregnancy. It creates a hostile environment in your womb that prevents the sperm getting to your eggs. If your husband is 'fixed" then his sperm tubes have been broken. Sperm is produced inside him, but it cannot get out of him to make you pregnant. So, your womb is unfriendly to sperm, and his sperm are blocked from getting there anyway. The chances of you getting pregnant are thus very very very small.
Not if he really was fixed, but some guys lie about that.
If a woman is "fixed' then her fallopian tubes have been tied, or more correctly, have been both tied and cut. If this procedure as been carried out properly, which is true most of the time, then she cannot get pregnant with any man. It makes no difference if he is "fixed" or not "fixed".
No. Being fixed means your eggs are gone. Women need eggs to be fertilized to get pregnant.
No; it would not be possible.
In EXTREMELY rare cases.
It is a possibility but very rare that it does happen.