Pregnancy or euctopic pregnancy.
yes you can....my cousin had a tubal and proceeded to get pregnant and have a healthy child a year later
During the process of a tubal pregnancy the egg attaches itself to a place other than the uterus, most often in the fallopian tube. Once this happens, it is impossible for it to turn into a normal pregnancy.
Yes, but it would be extremely rare, unless your tubal ligation has come undone. The chance of the pregnancy being normal are lower, and the chance that it is an ectopic or tubal pregnancy is much higher than normal.
It is possible to get pregnant after having a tubal clamp operation, though quite rare. having got pregnant there is no reason to assume it would be anything but a normal pregnancy.
Well, yes. But, it would be bad. The tubal pregnancy is non-viable and if left alone it can kill the mother. The process of removing it may very well terminate the normal pregnancy. This is definitely an issue for your doctor.
Yes, ectopic pregnancy is a rare effect of having a tubal ligation. If you've had a tubal ligation and begin experiencing single sided pain, spotting, bleeding or dizziness you need to be evaluated for tubal pregnancy immediately.
You have to take birth control because, if you got preg. once after tubal, then it means the tubal failed and you have a chance to become pregnant again. Of course, if you want to get preg. again, don't take the birth control!
my tubal incension is red after 5 years of having a tubal why
Signs of pregnancy after tubal ligation are a positive pregnancy test. If your test is negative, you're not pregnant.
A tubal pregnancy is usually apparent by six weeks.
Practicaly the chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are zero.
Yes, a tubal pregnancy will still produce HCG and will still be detected by a pregnancy test.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
A tubal ectopic pregnancy is usually discovered sometime between the sixth or seventh week of pregnancy, but can be noticed as early as four weeks into a pregnancy. If there a no symptoms of a tubal pregnancy, it may go unnoticed until a first trimester ultrasound.
Hi :-) There is about a 1 chance in 500,000 of you becomming pregnant after having a Tubal performed. There has been some extreme rare cases of Women conceiving after having a Tubal and I believe they experienced normal pregnancy symptoms or abdominal pain. You will need to see your doctor for a blood test to be certain if you have conceived or not. But there is no chance of conception UNLESS the Tubal failed. Take care! x actually it is between 2 and 10 per 1000 that get pregnant!
Yea you can have a miscarriage and still be have tubal pregnancy. You need er help or surgery
A tubal pregnancy can be a life threatening condition with the potential of rupture. A tubal pregnancy can permanently damage the fallopian tube and cause difficulties with future pregnancies.
Most definitely, yes, you can have a false pregnancy test with tubal pregnancy. Hormones only know an egg implanted. Hormones do not know where the egg implanted.
The fallopian tube lengths remaining after a tubal ligation procedure are important determinants of the chances of getting pregnant after tubal reversal surgery. (Normal fallopian tube length before a tubal ligation is approximately 10 cm or 4 inches.)Women with tubal lengths of 7.5 cm or longer had a pregnancy rate of 77%. The pregnancy rate declined as tubal length decreased, but even women with the shortest tubes (less than 2.5 cm) became pregnant (38%). Although previously unreported in the medical literature, it became apparent during this study that a repaired fallopian tube of any length can result in pregnancy. Based on reports by women with only 1 fallopian tube, we now know that tubal lengths as short as 1 cm can result in a normal pregnancy.
Apart from having lots of sex and hoping for the off-chance of spontaneous healing or a failed surgery - no.
Yes, mild vaginal bleeding can occur, according to Wikipedia. Listed under "Symptoms"... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy
I believe it is ectopic pregnancy.
Tubal pregnancy can not cause heart attack.
What if the pregnancy hasn't been diagnosed as a tubal pregnancy, but hcg start out low n double or sky rocket out of nowhere.