Ok. Where do I start? I am a 31 year old mother of 2. I had my tubes tied, cut and burned 3 years ago. I recently found out that I am pregnant. For three weeks I was going insane because we were not sure where the pregnancy was. Today I had my third ultrasound and we saw a sac in my uterus during a transvaginal ultrasound. Is it possible that this pregnancy will be ok? My last period was October 15 and my ultrasound before this one was last monday. Why couldnt I see anything then and I can now? If anyone has any information for me please do. I am so scared and I really want this baby! I will be heartbroken if anything happens to it. Thank you in advance!
I also am going through the same thing. I am 34 years old and had my tubes cut, tied, burnt - everything. I recently found out I was pregnant and the baby is in the uterus. I'm confused, how did it get there if things are cut
is it possible that im pregnant??? i had my tubes tied and cut but i dont think he did it right i bruised up real bad on my right side and i was really sick i went to the hospital and they said i was dehydrated really bad. that was 6 years ago but now i have been gaining weight none of my clothes fit me im nauseious if i dont eat im nausious every morning too my body feels weird im really tired it seems.can i be pregnant or it is just my hormones goin crazy
i had my tubes tied and burnt 8 almost 9 years ago. i married a year after i had this done. my husband does not have any kids and i want to have a baby for him. Is there anything i can do to reverse this or should i just have faith and believe in miracles in which i do?
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