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late with breasts leaking a yr after tubal?

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I had a tubal done a little over a year go and for a few days now I'm having leaking from my breast and I'm also 3 weeks late


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replied April 24th, 2013
Fertility Answer A43054
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The symptoms that you describe could suggest pregnancy possibility (due to chances of spontaneous tubal recanalization) if you had been sexually active without back-up protection. There are chances of spontaneous recanalization, after few years of tubal ligation. The incidence/chances of tubal ligation failure or spontaneous recanalization depends on the type of procedure followed to ligate the tubes. Few methods are associated with high incidence of spontaneous recanalization, and few are with very minimal chances of recanalization. If you are having functional ovaries and if you are sexually active without additional protection, chances of pregnancy are possible. If you suspect pregnancy chances (as suggested by your symptoms), consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist at the earliest for thorough examination (to confirm pregnancy related changes/signs in body) and blood/serum HCG level test (to confirm/rule out pregnancy accurately). If pregnancy gets confirmed, or if you develop any other new symptoms suggestive of ectopic pregnancy (chances are high due to scarring of tubes), consider getting ultrasound scan done to confirm the location of pregnancy/gestational sac (intrauterine or ectopic). Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further clarification and assistance.
Take care.


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