If the vasectomy was done properly, there should not even be a 5% chance of getting pregnant, as this procedure is the most effective way of preventing pregnancy short of a hysterectomy or abstinence. The best thing to do is to have your husband see his physician and have a semenalysis performed, where they can determine whether or not he has any sperm in his ejaculate. Often after a vasectomy, the body recognizes sperm as a foreign substance and "attacks" it with antibodies; this is why vasectomy reversals don't work a good deal of the time.
can i get pregnant after my husband had a vasectomy 7 years ago?
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There is approximately one chance in 50,000 that a man who has had a vasectomy can have sperm in his semen.
no once he has had it you will not beable to get pregnant :)
you cheated on him didn't you.
No not if the vasectomy was done right or if he didn't really have it. There are only three answers here. The vasectomy was done correctly and you can't get pregnant. He didn't do the vasectomy and lied about it. Or you had sex with another man. Otherwise, you can't get pregnant. A vasectomy can only be reversed through another surgery.
zero, but get a sperm count to be sure
Yes you can. A Vasectomy is not 100% effective. Unfortunately, vasectomies are not 100% reliable. Have his count tested.
You can have a remedial operation to Vasectomy. OR You can try for a test tube baby.
Every once in a while a vasectomy will reverse. A pregnancy test is cheap enough.
It has been known that some doctors don't do a good job when it comes to a vasectomy. It would be to your advantage to have your husband go to your family doctor and have tests run to be sure the vasectomy took well. If all is well then you aren't pregnant. It is noted that for a 2 weeks to a month after a vasectomy the man should not have sexual contact with his wife or girlfriend. My husband had one several years ago and that's what we were told. If you were told that and didn't get pregnant you were very lucky. You need two sperm counts, with no sperm in either to ensure you are no longer fertile, and it may take upto 6 months.
Vasectomy's have gone wrong on the odd occasion but it is very unusual
no Well, 99.9% of the time, no. Has your husband had his ejaculate tested after the vasectomy to make sure it was a successful proceedure? There is more than one documented case of a vasectomy that was not successful and resulted in an unwated or unscheduled pregnancy...so, I'd have his ejaculate tested to make sure it was a successful proceedure. If there are no sperm in the ejaculate, then the answer is NO, you cannot be pregnant after your husband has had a vascetomy.
Vastectomies can be reversed, but it isn't 100% effective.
The percentages are low, but it's not unheard of. If the doctor didn't do his job correctly then it can happen. I've heard about several women who have gotten pregnant after their husband has had a vasectomy. You can go to your doctor and be checked out and they'll know if the vasectomy took or not. Typically the doctor does a sperm count a week after the vasectomy and a month after that to insure that everything is were it should be. And should probably be checked every few years after that.
Possibly. You do often hear stories of people who have become pregnant even after their husband/partner has had a vasectomy
Is it possible to fall pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed ?
If you husband did not give a sperm sample after the procedure you can not be sure it was complete. Sometimes tubes do grow back together.
Although it's rare for a vasectomy to "reverse" on its own, it has happened.
No Um yes you can
Vasectomy's are not 100% fool-proof. If you had sex before you got the all clear you can get pregnant and sometimes the tubes can grow back
Yes it is possible for you to get pregnant. That is why they say it is 99.9% effective there is always a possibility and I have seen it happen
If your husband did not have his post-vasectomy counts done, then yes, it is possible. If he did have them done and was given the all-clear then it's still possible, but unlikely.
i dont know but i am hoping not because i am in this very predicament!!!!!!!!!