Hi i am a mother of 3 i got my tubes tied ,cliped ,and burned 3 yeasrs ago and 4 the pass 4 monthes i havent had a period .and i was wondering if you would know what kind of changes these were.I havent been stressing or any thing i have been feeling tired and every now and then i feel sick .Ididnt do much throwing up with any of my kids .And with all 3 every time i went to the health unit to do preg.test i was told that i wasent preg.but went back 4 months lator and there i was 4 months preg.well i will let you go can u help me??????????????????????????????????? Thanks
Take a home pregnancy test and see what happens. If positive you should see a physician soon, because having had a tubal ligation, if you were to be pregnant, you are at an increased risk of having an ectopic pregnancy. There are other very common reasons why a woman may stop getting her period. See your doctor and talk with them about your symptoms.
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