Only by a abdominal scan and tests. I doubt if you could tell if a tubal ligation is still intact with an ultrasound. The only way I am aware you could tell for sure would be with a laparoscopy or a hyysterosalpingogram (a test where dye is injected into the uterus and tubes and then an X-Ray is taken). Unless you have gotten pregnant, why would you suspect the tubal ligation is no longer effective?
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 that happen after the tubal that your doctor didnt tell you about.
Wait another week or two and take a test.
That's what time will tell. It's different for each woman and the risk for ectopic is big. This is why a tubal ligation is considered a permanent solution.
i would wait about 2 weeks,but your body should be able to tell you,if you feel good an have no pain then,you should be able to drive.
It is possible to tell in a pregnancy test but Im not 100 percent sure. I would see your doctor instead for a pregnancy blood test.
AnswerIt 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
i read that it is very possible to become pregnant ecpecially when your tubes have been clamped over the years the clamp can come undone or slide down making it possible to become pregnant so you should see your gynacologist and have them check and see what has happened it also could be minopause if you are older so see your physican and they can tell you more about what has happend if you are pregnant or you are going through the change of life.
You could have a dye test, where dye is forced under pressure into the uterus to see if it spills out of the end of the tubes showing they are open.
Yes, the symptoms are exactly the same. There is a much higher risk of a tubal pregnancy, so if you have any pain go directly to the emergency room and tell them you think you are pregnant after a tubal ligation.
Your doctor will be able to tell if the baby is implanted in the correct place. The risk of ectopic pregnancy is 12.5% for women who have had a tubal ligation--but chances of pregnancy are much less to begin with.
The best way to tell if you are pregnant is to get a pregnancy test. The chances are slim considering you have had a tubal ligation, but not impossible. Also, depending on your age, you could be beginning menopause. Good luck!:(
i will tell you that this is verry likely my sister had a tuble about three years ago and is now 7 months pregnant so it verry well could be that you are pregnant good luck and i hope this helps
There is a procedure called Tubal Ligation Reversal which would reverse the effects of having your tubes tied. It cannot be performed on all women and isn't always effective on the women on whom it can be done. The pregnancy rate after a reversal is between 40 percent and 85 percent.
From what I heard you know the same of anyother pregnancy the symptoms are all the same although I think i am pregnant to I hd my tubes cut tied and burnt 6 yrs ago I really do think I am I took a pregnancy test and it was neg but I have heard that can happen I myself am really hoping to be as i can't afford to have a revearsal done. I hope this helped some
All I can tell you is my doctor refered me to the "Boyd Medical Centre" @ 388 Portage Ave. I was quoted $3000.00. Prior I had checked up on Heartland Fertility Clinic. The have a web site and fees are $4000.00. I'm still hoping for cheaper, they do require the money prior to surgery! Good luck!
Yes, a tubal pregnancy does show positive as the implanted embryo is producing the HCG. If you have a positive test then start having acute pain on one side or the other (with or without bleeding) go straight to the emergency department and tell them what has happened. A tubal pregnancy can be extremely dangerous.
DefinitionTubal ligation (or "tying the tubes") is surgery to close a woman's fallopian tubes. These tubes connect the ovaries to the uterus. A woman who has this surgery can no longer get pregnant (sterile).Alternative NamesSterilization surgery - female; Tubal sterilization; Tube tying; Tying the tubesDescriptionTubal ligation is done in a hospital or outpatient clinic. You may receive general anesthesia. This will make you unconscious and unable to feel pain. Or, you may have local anesthesia (awake and unable to feel pain) or spinal anesthesia (awake but unable to feel pain). You will likely receive medicine to also make you sleepy. The procedure takes about 30 minutes.Your surgeon will make one or two small incisions (cuts) in your belly, usually around the belly button. Gas may be pumped into your belly to expand it. This helps your surgeon see your uterus and fallopian tubes.Your surgeon will insert a laparoscope (a narrow tube with a tiny camera on the end) into your belly. Instruments to block off your tubes will be inserted through the laparoscope or through a separate, very small incision.The tubes are either cauterized (burned shut) or clamped off with a small clip or ring (band).Tubal ligation can also be done right after you have a baby through a small incision in the navel or during a cesarean sectio.Another technique for sterilization involves going through the cervix and placing coils or plugs in the tubes where they connect with the uterus.Why the Procedure Is PerformedTubal ligation may be recommended for adult women who know for sure they do not want to get pregnant in the future.Even though many women choose to have tubal ligation, some are sorry later that they did. The younger the woman is, the more likely it is she will regret having her tubes tied as she gets older.Tubal ligation is considered a permanent form of birth control. It is NOT recommended as a short-term method or one that can be reversed. Even so, major surgery can sometimes reverse it. About 50 to 80 women out of 100 who have their tubal ligation reversed are able to become pregnant.RisksRisks for any surgery are:BleedingDamage to other organs (bowel or urinary systems) requiring further surgery for repairInfectionRisks for any anesthesia are:Allergic reactions to medicinesBreathing problems or pneumoniaHeart problemsRisks for tubal ligation are:Incomplete closing of the tubes, which could make pregnancy still possible. About 1 out of 200 women who have had tubal ligation get pregnant later.Increased risk of a tubal (ectopic) pregnancy if pregnancy occurs after a tubal ligationInjury to nearby organs or tissues from surgical instrumentsBefore the ProcedureAlways tell your doctor or nurse:If you are or could be pregnantWhat drugs you are taking, even drugs, herbs, or supplements you bought without a prescriptionDuring the days before your surgery:You may be asked to stop taking aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), warfarin (Coumadin), and any other drugs that make it hard for your blood to clot.Ask your doctor which drugs you should still take on the day of your surgery.If you smoke, try to stop. Ask your doctor or nurse for help quitting.On the day of your surgery:You will usually be asked not to drink or eat anything after midnight the night before your surgery, or 8 hours before the time of your surgery.Take the drugs your doctor told you to take with a small sip of water.Your doctor or nurse will tell you when to arrive at the hospital or clinic.After the ProcedureYou will probably go home the same day you have the procedure. Some women may need to stay in the hospital overnight.You will have some tenderness and pain. Your doctor will give you a prescription for pain medicine or tell you what over-the-counter pain medicine (medicine you can buy without a prescription) you can take.After laparoscopy, many women will have shoulder pain for a few days. This is caused by the gas used in the abdomen to help the surgeon see better during the procedure. You can relieve the gas by lying down.You should avoid heavy lifting for 3 weeks, but can return to most normal activities within a few days.Outlook (Prognosis)Most women will have no problems. Tubal ligation is an effective form of birth control for women. You will NOT need to have any tests to make sure you cannot get pregnant in the future if the procedure is done with laparoscopy or after delivering a baby.If you have the type of sterilization done through the uterus (Essure or Adiana), you will need to have a test called hysterosalpingogram 3 months after the procedure to make sure your tubes are blocked.Your menstrual cycles will return to whatever pattern is normal for you. If you used hormonal birth control, or the Mirena IUD before, then your periods will change to whatever is normal for you after you stop using these methods.Women who have a tubal ligation have a decreased risk of later developing ovarian cancer.ReferencesMishell DR Jr. Family planning: contraception, sterilization, and pregnancy termination. In: Katz VL, Lentz GM, Lobo RA, Gershenson DM, eds. Comprehensive Gynecology. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2007:chap 14.American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Sterilization by laparoscopy. ACOG Education Pamphlet AP035. February 2003. Accessed March 3, 2010.
If you have heavy vaginal bleeding after the first day post-surgery, you should tell your doctor. You should also tell him if you miss your period. Though it seems that bleeding for long periods of time after tubal ligation surgery, it should not be accompanied with fever, nausea, and pain. This can be an indication of infection, in which case antibiotics are necessary. Ignoring treatment for an infection can lead to permanent and serious complications. You should only bleed lightly for less than a week post surgery, and without the other symptoms listed above. The pain should only be associated with either gas (in shoulder, abdomen), which resolves on its own after about 2-3 days or less, or directly from the surgical wounds. If the pain radiates and/or you have a fever and/or you can feel heat, with or without bleeding, this may be a sign of infection. You should raise any concern about post surgery symptoms with your doctor. Your doctor will want to evaluate it and determine the cause and/or treatment.
Salpingoplasty is the medical term meaning surgical repair of the fallopian tube. The surgical repair of a fallopian tube depends on the reason why the repair was required in the first place. If, for example, the tube was burst by a tubal pregnancy, repair may be impossible. However, reversal of a tubal ligation or other tubal sterilization may be possible, depending on the procedure performed. If ESSURE was used, reversal is completely impossible. Your best option is to get your medical records showing the type of surgery you had and consult a doctor who specializes in reversals. Such a doctor will be able to tell you whether a reversal is possible in your situation. Even if a reversal is possible, it may not be effective. After any repair or reversal of a uterine (fallopian) tube, there is the risk of scarring, which increases the risk of an ectopic pregnancy. Normally, the egg is fertilized by the sperm in the "ampulla" of the tube. The new human embryo then travels down the tube and into the uterus, a process that takes 5-8 days. If the tube becomes sufficiently scarred, it can prevent the embryo from passing through into the uterus, at which point it implants in the tube--a tubal or ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy spells certain death for the embryo/baby and may be fatal to the mother if left untreated. Severe pain on one side in the pelvic area should be investigated immediately. In addition to a tubal ligation or tubal reversal, other procedures and conditions which can cause such scarring include: STIs/STDs, D&C (used to complete a miscarriage or perform an abortion), and any other uterine or tubal surgery (excluding C-sections).
Actually, no you don't need to be 21. I was 25 when I got the Essure procedure done and I had no kids. it took me a couple of different doctors to find one that WOULD do the occlusion, but I got it done. Again, you do not have to be 21. Different docs have different ways of thinking. It's very insulting to me as a woman to have someone tell me that I'll regret my decision to never have children. I had several doctors tell me that. I just kept looking until I found one that would sterilize me without having had children. There are docs out there who will do it. Just keep calling until you find one.
Unfortunately, there aren't any outward physical signs to look for. The only way to be certain would be to ask the surgeon who performed the operation.
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