I had my tubes cut, tied, and burned 6 years ago and just found out 5 days ago that I was pregnant. Myself and my boyfriend tried to not get excited about it, I had an ultrasound this past Friday and they didn't see anything, so they thought maybe I wasn't as far along as my LPM showed but today we went and had another one done and they found the fetus in my tubes... 5 weeks and 6 days. They are planning on doing surgery tomorrow to remove it and said it would be wise to remove both my tubes to make sure I don't have another one. But I am kinda wondering if after they removed it, if I could have them do the tubal litigation reversal. I was wondering if anyone has ever had this happen to them and if they were able to get pregnant with a healthy normal pregnancy after it?
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