I was wondering something. I had my tubes cut and tied 4 years old and now my period is a month late, could there be a chanse that I'm pregnat? I do want another Child and my boyfriend also wants one too. Im going to get a home pregnancy test today but I want to know if it's possiable to have another child with your tubes cut and tied?
I had a friend who got pregnant and actually had twins with having her tubes tied. Both turned out okay. So yes it is possible, just very rare. I do agree though most pregnancy end up being eptopic pregnancies.
Yes, it is entirely possible, however highly unlikely. My Aunt had her tubes cut/tied and she ended up pregnant, but it was an ectopic pregnancy. All pregnancies from this scenario do not end up this way.
I hope you and your boyfriend get what you are wanting!!!
Merry Christmas and God Bless you and your family!!
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