2 months and no period can i be pregnant with my tubes tied
Can i be pregnant even if my tube were tied and burnt 7 years ago? I had a regularly menstrual up until the end of nov beginning dec 2011 and i haven't had a period yet. I'm under no sort of stress, i took two HPT and they were negative about two weeks ago. But still no period, usually I get severe cramps the day before and sore breast but my breast haven't been sore and i had slight cramping but no cycle. I spotted once last month when I wiped myself but that was it. I'm getting a little worried, i sometime feel naseau, and i am very tired all the time. Is it possible for me to be pregnant....
you could be, you still have a 1 to 2 percent chance of getting pregnant. there have been reported cases of womens bodies 'repairing' themselves after a longer time of tubes being tied. i would take a test
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