hi my question is how much does it cost to get your tubes untied? i have had my tubes tied for 4 years and i am married now and he has no children of his own and we want to get my tubes untied so we can have one together. and also can i still have kids even though my last 2 kids were delivered by c-sections? is it even possible to get my tubes untied after 4 years and will there be a chance for me to get pregnant after i get them untied? i really need some answers. thanks!
it is very possible to get them untied after 4 years, you can have kids vaginally after 2 C-sections altho having 2 consecutive C-sections does make the chances for this one being delivered the same way a bit higher. its a pretty good chance of getting pregnant, altho like everything in life, its not 100%. it can be quite spendy tho...anywhere from $4,000-$8,000. Hope this helps and good luck!
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