From experience it is impossible to get pregnant when your tubes are tied.
It could be something else, it would be good to go for a full checkup, checking your sugar and iron levels. This usually cause tiredness. For the abdominal pains go for a sonar, rather check it out.
It's not impossible, but it's really unlikely. Just having a few things doesn't mean pregnancy. You could just be ill. Take a pregnancy test with first morning urine at least two weeks after your last sexual encounter.
ok well i will let u know it is not impossible to get pregnant after having ur tubes tied !!!!!!!!. I am talking from experience i have had two pregnancies since having my tubes tied one of my post tubal babies is turning two today and the other is due in august and i NEVER HAD MY TUBES REVERSED!!!!!!!!!!!! so though it is highly unlikely it does happen most of the time when it does happen it can be a dangerous tubal pregnacy which can be very dangerous and needs to be addressed right away . IN my case my tube never fully scarred off so it stayed partially open well atleast open enough to allow things to pass through but trust me I have been tested to the ends of the earth and back when i found out i was pregnant to make sure that it wasnt in the tubes . I would test to check but if it comes up negative it never hurts to call ur dr. I showed negative on two urine tests and got a postive on lab blood work ( i work in lab and i ran my hormone testing ) but it could be a number of things but if ur period is late and u are having abdominal pains its always better to safe and get checked
I'm going to agree with the above two ladies it is not impossible, a very close friend of mine had hers done and just gave birth to a healthy baby girl, your best bet would be to make an appointment with your doctor and get checked out because it could be a number of things.You always want to make sure your safe then sorry.
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