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by Melissa (no login)


I am one of those that wasn't 110% sure she didn't want a tubal as a matter of fact I was 110% sure I didn't want one! But my husband didn't want the two we already had and to please him I agreed to go ahead with the proceedure after asking him to get a vac. himself (NO) was his response so as a young mom of no sence I did as he wished. Now we are divorcing and I want to reverse my tubal in hopes that I meet someone that does want a baby with me. It has been almost 5 years since the procedure and I have found out that my doctor did as I had secretly ask him to not tie and cut them but to simply clamp them and they say I can have this reversed when ever I wish. What I would like to know from someone is have you had this done and what was the result? I would like to know everything about having the clamps removed and any side effects from it being good or bad. Thank you very much for your time.

Posted on Nov 16, 1998, 12:30 AM
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