hi how are u i have a question i just joined and was wondering im 41 iahd my tubes tied with clamps 20 years ago as of now i have missed a period and have a urinary tract and also milk from my breast do u hink its possible i could be pregnant or my tubes may have come untied im very concerned thankyou my name is lisa
Cost depends on where you are. You would have to work through your Dr. or an RE depending on where you are in the world. As for chances of success...again, much can depend on how the procedure was done. This is a difficult question for anyone in this room to answer as there are many variables. It is probably a question better asked of your Dr. Good luck to you.
i am not on facebook so i cannot contact you..
i am interested in having the litigation reversed, but this price you are talking about is ridiculously cheap.is this doctor registered?please contact me on my email address, i am desperate to have it reversed but not to spend a mini fortune on it ***@****
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