Hi everyone, I am new to all of this, but I have read over other threads, and see that everyone here is so hopeful and considerate of others. SO heres my question, I had a tubal ligation in 2008 after the birth of my 3rd son. My doctor did the procedure during my c-section (all my babies were breach) anyways, instead of tying my tubes he used these clamps called Hulka clamps, not sure if anyone has ever heard of them. Well I read that clamps, the womans age and having it done during a c section tend to fail more, Im 23 btw, that being said. I am 8 dpo, and I took a test at 6 dpo, BFN but since about 3 or 4 dpo, I have been having waves of sickness, constant nagging headaches, feeling like I am getting the flu ( mainly at night time) cm started yesterday, cramps and kinda tenderness in breast. And I have been so overly tired its crazy....having 3 small children Im already tired, but its been EXTREME tiredness!! Yesterday I was so sleepy after a full nights rest, when i went to get in the car to pick my kids up from school, I just sat there a minute and almost fell asleep! Besides that I feel like I am running a low grade fever at night! I know I had 3 children already but I dont really remember all of my symptoms, except the obvious like morning sickness and cramps. Does anyone think this could be pregnancy or what could it be? A little girl would be a wonderful blessing from God, but Im not too sure what I am experiencing ..Thanks all
I have only heard of a couple times of that happening. Its so rare. I had my TL in 2001, when I was 21. I waited for a miracle for years. Finally I took matters in my own hands and had a Tubal Reversal. Now I am 7 months past surgery. Had a m/c in June, and trying with good faith knowing that I can get pregnant again. You should look into it. There are alot of groups who have funding for women to help out financially. No applications, I hear that its easy to do. Good luck on your journey. PM me if you want more info.
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