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I had a tubal ligation on May 24, 2007 ( I had my clamped) what are the chances of that failing and me getting pregnant?
I am 24 will be 25 years old in December. I had my tubes clamped after my fifth child was born in 2007. Well two and a half years later here I sit wondering how likely that is to fail and me get pregnant. I am engaged to a wonderful man, but we do not want any more children. But I have been having a few symptoms of pregnancy lately. Such as cravings and being tired and hungry all the time, nauseated and heartburn out of this world. We have 7 children between the two of us, could someone please tell me how high the odds of me getting pregnant are?
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Yes, it is possible to become pregnant after having any type of tubal surgery to prevent pregnancy.  From my research, doctors say it is 98-100% effective, but according to other studies, it can be as low as 1 in 300.  Please visit our new community by pressing on the link below.

http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Pregnancy-After-Tubal-Ligation-Surgery/show/599?
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