"The dentist didn't give me the option of a pulp viability test...what does that consist of? She said the x-ray was indeterminant and doesn't show definite evidence of nerve death. Thanks for the feedback!"
Just a quick note to say hi! Remember me, Preciouspg who thought she was pregnant after having Tubal Ligation surgery seven years ago. Well, I'm 9 weeks pregnant and feel wonderful. The Lord has blessed us with a miracle baby and we continue to pray that all goes well. May God Bless You!
Thank you for responding to my question. I will seek out help on this matter instead of just waiting for a pregnancy test to confirm. I've done alot of reading on this site and am quite amazed at how many people have had successful pregnancies after not having a reversed tubal ligation. I'll keep you posted.
You are the first person I've seen on medhelp that had the MERCI like I did. I was 35 when I had my stroke (secondary to dissection) and like you I had an immediate recovery and did not need rehab. We are very lucky! I remember being in the ambulance and the EMS guys telling me how lucky I was to live close to this certain hospital that does this procedure. Of course at the time I had no clue what he was talking about. At the time of my stroke I was trying for baby #3. I had a neuro tell me that it is a deadly combination for me to get pregnant. I still haven't heard a success story. It's been less than a year since my stoke so I still need time to recover. We still haven't decided if we will try for another baby. I'm in Virginia Beach, Va - where are you located?
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