The chances for you getting pregnant are somewhere in .1% so not very likely at all. If you want to get pregnant you could try IVF or you could try getting surgery to get your tubes untied but the success rate of that procedure is very low.
thanx for responding, yea im just so confused cause my period hasn't come and im craving all kinds of food and verry tired. ive been off and on and sometimes it lasts like 2 weeks. Also i heard of a case where someone got pregnant and her tubes were tied but i never knew what possibilitys their were.
The chances of becoming pregnant after a tubal ligation is actually somewhat high depending on if it was done after a C-section or under some other circumstances. Also nothing is 100% especially this. I know 6 people who have gotten pregnant afterwards and had healthy babies. One had a tubal pregnancy. The chances are about 1/350 and some studies show 1/150 so thats not that low at all.
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