Ok, I am at a loss. I had twins 7 months ago. The day after they were born I had a tubal ligation. I have 4 children, 12, 7 and 2 7 month olds. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that I did not get my period as scheduled. I took 5 at home tests and they were all positive. I went to the doctor and my hcg was 26. So, next I went to my OB. I have had hcg levels every 3 days for the last 2 weeks. My last one was the beginning of last week and it was 2597. Last week when I had my ultrasound they saw 3! Yes 3! dark spots in my uterus. This is good because at least they are not ectopic, but very bad because I am looking at another multiple pregnancy 7 months after twins. My head is spinning. How does this happen? I mean not only did one egg get through, but three eggs got through. WHEW! I need help.
Oh my!!! Well I have heard a tubul ligation is not a sure thing. Even a vasectomy isn't! Now a full hysterectomy would take care of fertility. Well, I hope everything goes well for you!!! Do you have a lot of help nearby?!
congradulations!!! ive been hoping for twins just because twins run in both sides (mine & my DH) and that would give my lil boy 2 bro's or sis's to play with but have been unsuccsessful in conceiving. anyways i hope you do have a lot of support close by as those lil boogers can be a handful at times, but im sure that you already know that. good luck and best wishes!!!
Im full testament to a non working vasectomy...like I told hubby, sometimes you have swimmers, and somtimes you have jumpers. I am 5w6d with twins, very first multiple pregnancy. But I know all to well of the issues that ligations have. Sometimes they work, sometimes they dont, other times they work when they wanna.
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