Hi had a steralization reversal done in june 2009 I had it done on the first day of my cycle, everything went well from cd8 we started try, that first month I got pregnant but then lost it at 6 weeks. I am still trying very hard.
Havent been around on the forum for a while, But now my plans are becoming real, I thought it would be good to start comin back on the forum.
Hopefully early next year I will be having my sterilization reversed.
So I have two questions for all you ladies on the forum,
First is has anyone had their sterilization reversed?
And how quickly did you fall pregnant after the sterilization reversal?
Me and my partner, are looking for as much information as possible, to help us deal with this life changing time of our lives.
Hi there, i had my sterilization reversed on 26th may, im still in the recovery stage, although my oh and i are gonna try this month. I cant answer your second question from personal experience, but from the ladies i have spoken to on here, some have been lucky to fall quite quickly and others are still trying very hard. Good luck for your TR and ttc
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