feeling alot of fluttering after having my tubes tied
im wondering if i can be pregnant after having my tubes tied.. i have been feeling a lot of fluttering. it feels the same from when i was pregnant with my other children... but im not missing any periods and im not sick!! i've been having back pains on the lower left side of my back.. im very worried.. and when i lay on my stomach i feel a little knot like i would feel if were 3 mos pregnant.. whats going on here! someone please answer if you or someone you know has been thru this before!!
You could take a pregnancy test, that should be definitive if you are far enough along to feel movement. For the record, I'm not pregnant and I do feel funny nerve pulls every now and then that feel amusingly like my baby moving when I was pregnant.
i just had a baby 7 months ago and i also had my tubes tied 6 months ago i have had 2 periods since and i am also feeling the fluttery feeling on my left side, have taken hpt and they came back negative.
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