I'm 41 with 4 almost grown daughters. I had a bilateral fulguration in 1999. I'm now over 2 weeks late. Feeling nauseous etc. I would LOVE to have another baby, even at my age. Is there a chance maybe I could be?? I'm afraid to test because of the disappointed though.
it's rare for that procedure to fail, but not unheard of. But the fact that it has been successful for so long kinda indicates it probably has not failed. You may be pre-menopausal which can mimic "pregnancy symptoms" and cause irregular cycles.
It still wouldn't hurt to take a test though.
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