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Can i still be pregnant after having a bilateral partial salpingectomy?

By September 3, 2009 - 11:59am
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About 5 and half years ago i had a bilateral partial salpingectomy my last period was 07/05/2009 we are now in september and still no period i had light spotting for a couple of days ago 2 weeks ago and that was it i've been having some early prego symtoms my question is, is it still possible for me to be pregnant or is it just wishful thinking=)

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There have been reports of pregnancy after tubal sterilization, which means the sterilization was not a complete success; the failure rate is about 1%.

If you think you may be pregnant, it is best to call your OB/GYN, as many of these pregnancies are ectopic (and can be dangerous), and most likely would not result in a viable pregnancy.

May I ask why you had this procedure done?

If you are still wanting to have children, have you looked into other options?

September 3, 2009 - 12:15pm
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

Basically i thought that me and my husband wouldn't want anymore childeren but i was wrong! he is okay with our two daughters but i want just one more. Now i look back and wish that i didn't go through with the procedure but such is life=( what worries me is i'm 2 months late and i have some lower back pain that shoots through down to my thighs and i've never had cramping during, before or after my cycle i have an appointment next week i hope its nothing serious! Thanx=)

September 3, 2009 - 6:05pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Did you ever find out if you were pregnant? I have had a partial salpingectomy on June 25, 2007 and am havin spotting after bein 3 days late... I havent been late since I had my ectopic pregnancy in 2007. My husband and I have been tryin to concieve but have been told to do invitro... Just wonderin if we have a chance to conceive on our own.

November 17, 2010 - 12:51pm
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