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worriedsick Level 37 / R.T.(R)(M), BS
Answered 5 years ago
Carrying a pregnancy isn't the same as being able to conceive without IV fertilization and implantation. You can have a tubal ligation reversed, and it's possible that it will be good and if the tubes are open, it's possible to get pregnant without IV and carry the baby to term. If the tubes remain blocked by scar tissue after the reanastamosis, then you will probably have to look at in vitro fertilization and implantation.
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