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Possibility of pregnancy after tubal ligation

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ok,,,i had a tubal in nov of 2006 when i have birth to my baby girl i had a c-section then he tied my tubes i have had a little leakage from my breast im tired alot and my mouth stay dry i feel sick alot i had a cycle for 6 days but it was normal then went to a brownish discharge ,,,could i possiably be pregant??????
please respond asap!!!!!
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angel brown

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replied January 27th, 2009
Pregnancy Answer A5554

When you have your tubes tied, the sperm can not reach the place where the actual conception occurs. Having your period also tells us that no pregnancy has occurred. Still, you might want to visit your gynecologist if the period vaginal bleeding is somewhat abnormal.

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