tubal reversal so i can concieve

my name is leese33 and i lost my son two years ago to neglected nurse...my husband and i are renewing our vows and having a reversal so i can concieve again ...the time is drawing near for my operation and im a bit afaid. the doctors want me to have an hysterectomy but i said NO....so i have to deal with long heavy periods until my surgery and hopefully i get pregnant shortly after....

Posted on December 26, 2012 at 6:43 am
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Having been told I need a hysertectomy I know the fears. I decided against the surgery because I am still hopeful. It has been 2 years and no BC.


Maybe TMI -


Heavy periods clots the size of my hand etc are my monthly nightmare, but my son is still asking for a baby and he LOVES playing with his cousins, but he wants a baby here. He only sees his cousins every few months. I have always wanted 4 kids.


Honestly at this point I would love Twins. So, I am going in for a D&C to TRY and see if that will help. The last time I had a D&C I was able to conceive I just miscarried because of the hormone issues. D&Cs help with the heavy cycles.


Have you asked about a D&C?

Posted on December 26, 2012 at 7:30 am
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Welcome to the group!


I am so sorry to hear you lost your son, no mother should ever have to go through that.


A friend of mine had a tubal ligation and years later decided she wanted more children.  She was told that she would have to wait a year before it would be known if the reversal would work so she opted to do IVF and not bother with the reversal.  She has two more beautiful children from two different IVF procedures.  Is this an option rather than the reversal?


Depending on your history a D & C might not be a good idea, but that would be up to your doctor and how you weigh the risks involved.

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