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what are the chances of getting pregnant after a tubal ligation and endometrial ablation? i had the tubal july 2011 and the ablation about 7 months after that. i have had all of the pregnancy symptoms for the last month or so. what are the chances of me actually being pregnant?
the symptoms have not substided.... i am having pains in my side and back. cravings, increased hunger, and a few days ago my breast started lactating a little. i went to the doctor and they did a blood test that came back negative. they did an internal sonogram and it showed a small fluid pocket in the center of my uterus. hormone levels were all normal. not sure what to think....... help!!
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