The possibility of somebody getting pregnant when their partner had a vasectomy 27 years ago is unknown. From a forum basis it appears to be common, especially years after the vasectomy took place. From a scientific basis, there is documentation of the male body correcting a vasectomy over time and the same has been noted in women who've had their tubes tied. It was generally considered rare, but the likelihood of this occurring increases with the amount of time after the vasectomy took place. For some men, the chances of this are very high and for others unheard of. It is possible.
Untied the vasectomy first before you can get pregnant.
there is a possibility of getting pregnant
Possibly. You do often hear stories of people who have become pregnant even after their husband/partner has had a vasectomy
It's possible, but very unlikely to get pregnant if a woman has had a bilateral tubal ligation and her male partner has received a vasectomy.
Yes, especially if they did not go back for the follow up tests to ensure it was a successful vasectomy, which occurs more often than you would think.
Unless you or your partner has had radical surgery, there is always a possibility of getting pregnant from having sex.But if you're using two methods of protection simultaneously, and correctly, the chance/risk of getting pregnant is really, really, really small.
The decision to have a vasectomy is always yours but you should tell your partner.
While it is rare, sometimes a vasectomy can "reverse" itself on it's own, without a 2nd surgery.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you and your partner have chlamydia.
Pregnancy is a known risk whenever a woman has sex. There is no birth control method, including vasectomy and tubal ligation, that is 100% effective. If a woman gets pregnant with an IUD, she and her partner are responsible.
no, unless vasectomy was reversed at some point (an OR nurse)
The vasectomy should make him completely infertile; no pregnancy will result.