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i had my tubes tied in 1997 after my 4th chld was born. since then my period has been same time every month very heavy and last 7- 10 days for the last 2 monthes i have spotting at best i have sore breasts eat like a hog and am so tired i can not function ! i took a hpt 3 weeks ago came up negative again spotting the next day but that was all! what are the odds of my being pregnant? again i have four so i know what pregnancy feels like thank you kim
talk to your dr.... many women get pg with a tubal, but you are high risk for an etopic pg, which can be very serious...so I would put a call into your doc, maybe they will do a beta serum test for pg! more than likely your not pg, but better to be safe!!!!
Best of luck
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