The main worry would be to ascertain whether or not you have an ectopic pregnancy. Once it is clear that the pregnancy is in the uterus, there is no further risk from the fact that you had your tubes tied. Get in to see the doctor as soon as possible if you have not, so they can monitor your hCG levels and then do an ultrasound, to be sure of where the baby is.
I have no personal experience with this. But I have known couples (2 couples) who have had children after getting the tubes tied. Their children were born healthy, and the pregnancy was a normal uncomplicated pregnancy. I think the biggest risk is an Eptopic pregnancy. If your doctor confirms that the baby is in your uterus instead of one of the tied tubes, then you should be okay and the the baby should be healthy as well.
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