I had my tubes tied 2 years ago. For the past 2-3 months I have been having all the signs of pregnancy. I have took 3 at home pregnancy tests that have all came back negative. Is this normal for having tubes tied? I have never had these signs till 2-3 months ago and they are constant. My breast are fuller, I get nauseus easy, I have no energy, I have bad abdominal pains. They only thing is, I am having my period. But all the signs of pregnancy I had with my 2 children I am having now. Could I be pregnant?
I would have your doctor check you out, it may be pregnancy but it can also be a sign of something else. The reason why I think you should get checked for pregnancy is that you TIED your tubes and hey you know stuff happens--threads gets loose. I leave nothing up to chance because babies are amazing and have thived in the weirdest circumstances.
hey i've read about people who have their's tied but ended up getting pregnant... i'd stick with goingonfivekids advice though, see a doc to make sure ur pregnant or could be something else... good luck.. by the way r u hoping for more kids??
Yes. I am hoping for more kids. When I had my tubes tied I went through 2 pregnancys alone. But I have got married since then and my husband wants kids so bad and so do i now. I wish I never had them tied but cant change the past. I will find a doctor to go to. Have to save money first. I have no insurance.
yeah dats da thing about this.. but yeah i have heard people saying they have their's tied and ended up getting pregnant, in the other hand my mom which is a different story.. she was told she was not gonna have more kids because of her age (44) and ended up getting pregnant again, now i have a three year old sister that looks like one of our daughter hehe!! people mistake her saying could be a grand daughter. i will keep my fingers crossed for u... hopefully u'll have luck through that..
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