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Saturday, August 08, 2009 mommyoffour, Community Member, asks

Q: can u get pregnant with ur tubes having clamps on them?

That was my family optn of birh control but the sympts im having seems like i can be breast tenderness,craming,sleepy. i only had a period for 2 days an i normaly have one for 5 days. july 23rd that night bought 10pm my period started and july 25th that morn bout 11 it was gone. I had sex that night and the sympts started bout 2wk later an hasn't stoped since then. so question is could i be?

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Paul, Community Member
8/ 9/09 8:05am

See the question below yours. There is a slight risk of pregnancy, even when using this method, so given all you say what you might have experienced, might, was implantation bleeding, just a chance. 

 

You can either see a doctor now to see if they can find any other reason for, what for you was an abnormal period and be tested for pregnancy, or you can try a home pregnancy test, but these won't necessarily see an Ectopic pregnancy where the egg could have implanted itself somewhere other than the uterus.

 

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mommyoffour, Community Member
8/ 9/09 4:12pm

Thank u for the info. So should i wait to c if i hav another or shld i go ths week to get checked? how wld they know if i am or not.

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Paul, Community Member
8/10/09 12:18am

I think you should try to get in to let the doctor examine you and make sure about any pregnancy, and do a thorough examination to make sure everything is okay.

 

You should try to make a list of questions you would like an answer for. 

And a list of symptoms you are having and for how long, as close as you can remember.

 

The doctor will know if you are pregnant or not by your hormone level. If they feel any other tests are necessary, like an ultrasound, they will tell you. Good luck to you.

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mommyoffour, Community Member
8/10/09 3:17pm

ok thank u and i will do that.

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