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My tubes are clamped can I still get pregnant?

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5 years ago
OK i just noticed today that my breast feel heavier, the last time that happened I found out I was pregnant, now I have an 18 month old. Well I got my tubs clamped 3 months after she was born. But now I feel like I'm having the same symptoms idk if I'm getting ready to start my period because I haven't been keeping up with my periods but I have never noticed that b4... Can I still get pregnant with my tubes being clamped, because there not cut or burned. If I could estimate my last period I would say it was the 2ed week of May, in the teens. But i just noticed today that my breast are heavier but not sore at all and been feeling a little nauseous.

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5 years ago
I'm not sure about clamped but I know you can get pregnant when you have your tubes 'tied' over time they can grow together again, i would take a test. 
5 years ago
Just meet a women in mt ob/gyn's office that had her tubes "tied" a year ago and shes pregnant again. I would get checked and soon!
3 months ago
This great man called Priest Babaka of helped me with a pregnancy spell,I was forced by my grandmother 11 yrs ago to tide cut and burned my tube(fallopine tube), now am married to a lovely man for 5 yrs, being trying to conceive nothing seem to happen, not after i contacted a spell caster called Priest Babaka via email:, because i have heard story how he help my friends with fertility issue, so i decided to give it a try (i only paid for the spiritual items to used to cast the spell)..lone and behold he did the spell for me and i felt change in my body. Am pregnant now with my babies..all thanks to him for any pregnancy issues now via email:

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