Yes, It is possible to conceive after having tubal ligation surgery done. I conceived 7 years after having this surgery done (cut and burned), but we lost our baby at 10 weeks, possibly due to low progesterone and would love to conceive again. From my research, I found that it doesn't seem to matter how old you are, what procedure you had done or when because women became pregnant anywhere from a few months to years later. GOD BLESS.
well hello hey i though about starting a group like this awhile ago lol I got pregnant after having my tubes tied via the Essure method in 06 well i thought that ididnt want anymore after having my son on 06. Well two years latee i was newly engaged and planning my wedding . My Dh now he knew i had two kids that i had my tubes tied after my son and that couldnt have anymore kids. Well we had discussed maybe having them reversed in future and trying when things were settled with the wedding and everything . Well i guess someone else had other plans . Well i got really sick in june horrible sinus infection and cold I work in lab as medical technologist I run lab testing on different samples. well being so sick and just feeling horrible my dh told me to run some test on myself maybe i had and elvated white count or something and maybe then would i go to the doctors (n being inthe medical field i am stubborn about going to the doctor) well he joked and said run an Hcg lol m
well i did just that and did i get a surprise it came back postive at 3362 isnt that funny a year later and still remember the exact number. Well i went into a panic i didnt call him frist i calle dm y mother who is an Rn and asked what the hell is this lol. 9 it was so bad i thought the machine was broken or something ) an di ran my blood work 8 times all at the same or similar numbers. She called her doctor fo rme mine was on vaca at the time. and he called me back and told to go to the Er if i had any side pain if not he would see me frist thing in the am and do U/s and appointment.
well that was the longest night of my life. i though my dh was going ot fall on the floor when i told him. Well the next day i went had the u/s and there she was growning in the right where she needed to be. I had to go back in week to check to see if there was a heart beat but she was there with starting heartrate of 127. well i had pretty healthy pregnancy with her barring some issues with serve back pain and high bp but i delivered a healthy beautiful baby girl we Named Mckenna Madison on Feb 11,2009. so i am true beliver in even the impossible can happen.
SHe is my miracle baby and i am part of the small % of women that i s does happen too
Well, well, you are giving me big hope that can happend naturally only with God's help....I had an ectopic pregnancy - result removing one tube, after an year later hydrosalpings cyst in other tube had been removed after laparascopy. I dont know what to say, when I m reading your stories, I m just hoping I m the next miracle!!
It is really sad when these unfortunate things happen to us, but I know God will strengthen us through these trials in our lives and will always 'BLESS' us with what we need and desire. 'PRAISE THE LORD' for all things being possible!!!...Amen.
I pray that this "mistake" happens to me...but to help it along, I'm planning to have tubal reversal surgery. We are saving money and hoping to have the surgery in January or February. Keep my husband and I in your prayers! We had a beautiful baby boy - Ian - in July 2009. I had a tubal ligation at that time. He passed away at eight weeks old due to a brain tumor. Needless to say, we were (and always will be) devastated by our loss. But we are grieving also the inability to have another child because we chose sterilization.
I really believe that women should be counseled seriously - by an actualy therapist - prior to an OB agreeing to perform sterilization. Thousands of women every year regret their decision and feel that they weren't adequately counseled about their choice. But OBs will perform the operation without thinking twice - and insurance companies will pay for it without blinking. But they won't even consider reversing that decision. It's terrible.
Thank-you for sharing your story. It will surely touch all of us and open our eyes to the harsh reality when we make decisions that we're not prepared to make at the time. God is with all of us during these trials and tribulations in our life and he will surely guide us in the right direction when we seek his counsel to help us make the best decisions in our life.
Tricia, you are in my prayers with the rest of us. Believe In Miracles Of All Kinds and Know He Will Bless Us All.
(I really believe that women should be counseled seriously - by an actualy therapist - prior to an OB agreeing to perform sterilization. Thousands of women every year regret their decision and feel that they weren't adequately counseled about their choice. But OBs will perform the operation without thinking twice - and insurance companies will pay for it without blinking. But they won't even consider reversing that decision. It's terrible)
I agree with you that before getting a tubal woman should really be encouraged to seek other options of BC. I was only 23yrs old when i had mine back in 1984. My ex husband didnt want anymore children and me being so ignorant to what i was about to do went along with it. I dont think a doctor shouldperform a tubal on a woman at that age unless there is a medical reason to. At first i was ok with the idea and thankful because he left me when my girls were little but later when i met my fiance i wished to have a baby with him. I never even thought about being able to get pregnant again. Now i am 48 and missed a period this month after having total normal periods all along. Not only have i missed my period but when i was due i started to have early pregnancy symptoms too. Maybe menopause but some of my symptoms arent menopause related.Going to the Dr.'s next week to find out whats going on with me. I keep thinking..If i didnt know better I would swear I am pregnant!
I had a tubal after my second child, cut and burned. I ended up getting a divorce and remarrying a man that had no children. I had a reversal and was only able to get one tube open, therefore I was ovulating on the good side every other month. We waited a year after the surgery and started IVF. I went thru 5 IVF cycles with no luck. Finally I ended up having to have an ovary removed due to endometriosis, thank God it was the one on the bad side. Once it was removed I then was ovulating on the good side every month. With in three months I was pregnant. It took us ten years but we had a health baby boy. We conceived again two years later with no problems at all.
I had my tubal after my 3rd son in 2001. I didn't want it then but felt I had no choice. I was 23 and my husband was 24. We made the best decision we felt at the time. We were just to young to realize how much we were going to regret it. Now after 14 years together and our youngest son being almost 9, we would love to have 1 more. Of course, my hearts desire is and will always be to have a little girl, but at this point I wouldn't care. I just pray one day it will happen for me. I believe it will in my heart and speak it everyday. So, time and God will tell. Please keep me in your prayers and I will do the same!
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