They would be the same as a normal preganncy: nausea tender breasts increased vaginal discharge missed period
what are the symptoms of pregnacy when youre tubes are clamped..will it show on a pregnacy test
you could have an ectopic pregnancy
Most likely not
If tubes were tied correctly, you shouldn't get pregnant at all. That's the point of getting them tied. If something went wrong and you still got pregnant, then symptoms would be the same as any other pregnancy.
Yes, reversal surgery is an option, there are no guarantees of pregnancy.
There is a reversal surgery that some women attempt, depending on the condition of her tubes and age. There is no guarantee of pregnancy following the reversal surgery.
The chances are zero as the tubes were cut, and there can be no chance of the sperm meeting the egg.
If ytou are pregnant the tubal ligation won't make any difference to the pregnancy test.
I believe your not able to have a baby after you've had your tubes tied.
Most of the time it will be a tubal pregnany with a lot of pain.
Hi there! I just called my doctor today and asked the same questions. He said YES it's just a matter of stretching the tubes to reattach them and it'll be like new again, I'm thinking of trying it myself.
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.
Having a tubal ligation does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
The fetus will have to be aborted if you have a pregnancy in the fallopian tubes.
the answer is yes i had my tubes tied and burned two years ago and i still get a period every month
Aftr 11 yrs I'm experiencing pregnancy symptoms, is it possible? Its possible. See your doctor.
You can't get pregnant if you had your tubes tied. It's not medically possible.
Yes, having your tubes tied does not prevent 100% of pregnancies. My sister became pregnant 15 years after having her tubes tied.
Tubal pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy is usually first suspected when there is cramping on one side or the other. It is usually confirmed with an ultrasound or blood tests or both.
Yes. You may have an ectopic pregnancy. You should visit your doctor as soon as you suspect a possible pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy can provide innaccurate test results at home.
The egg does not attach to the fallopian tube, this would be an ectopic pregnancy. The fertilised ovum (egg and sperm) attaches to the wall of the uterus (womb) a couple of days after conception and you get the first symptoms of pregnancy about a week later, about the same time as your period is due.
Tubes clipped - Fallopian tubes are clipped and it is reversible. Tubes cauterized (burned) - Tubes are burned (not reversible). Tubes tied - Doctors don't do this procedure that often, but it is what it is, your fallopian tubes are tied. (reversible but with difficulty and lower success rate)
No. Ectopic pregnancy takes place in the tubes and yours are tied shut. Nine days is nothing in being late for a period. Sounds like you have an infection instead. Go see your doctor.