im 28, i had my tubes cut and the ends cauterized in 2007 4 months after my 2nd son was born. my periods are every 36 days however i have not had a period since april 2nd 2010 for several weeks now i have been overly tired, bloated, headaches, ibs, i get wierd sensations in my pelvic area (pulling muscles??) sometime sick feeling, my cervix is also still high and soft, ect... usually two weeks before my period show up i get the aching breast, hungry feeling, and cramps so far none of that yet, i havent taken a peg. test im thinking ill give it a few more day and i prob. should. i honestly didnt think i should have to be worrying about this anymore since i had my tubes done. i cant say i havent heard of this happening though because my cousin got pregnant a yr or 2 after having her tubes done during her c-section and had a healthy baby boy. im finding it to be more common than the doctors let on.
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