I had my tubes tied almost 6 months ago *cut tied and fried to be exact, lol* I know that there are some women whos tubes have grown back together and rehealed and they have ended up pregnant again. I know I need ot ask the docs, but I can't post there and I need some input. I need to know how likely this is *searched everywhere on the net, haven't found squat for results.* and what it feels like when this happens *if you even know it has happened* and when this is likely to occur. I have heard that there is a bit of pain in one side of the lower abdomen about where the tubes are, but it was only one person. Also the stories I have found on the net were after 10 years they grew back. I do heal VERY fast after surgery (c-sections, in particular) and I don't know if that would have any bearing on my tubal. Please help!!~
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