Can I get Pregnant if I’ve been Sterilized?






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If you have been sterilized, whether you are male or female, it will be nearly impossible to become pregnant, especially if you are trying to do so naturally. For women, this process usually consists of cutting the fallopian tubes and burning the ends. This will prevent the eggs from traveling through them and into the uterus where they can become fertilized.

There are ways to reverse this process, however. For example, you can have surgery to reattach your fallopian tubes. But, this is not always successful. Some women’s tubes become damaged and blocked with scar tissue. Others are too short to reattach. For-men-sterilization-means-that-they-have-had-a-vasectomyFor men, sterilization means that they have had a vasectomy. This is also something that can be reversed, but it is usually not successful a few years after having the procedure. Men who have only had the procedure completed less than a year ago have the best chance of having a successful reversal.

If a woman still has her uterus, there is a procedure that could allow a couple to become pregnant. The procedure in question is called in-vitro fertilization. It involves fertilizing an egg in a laboratory setting and inserting it directly into the uterus. This procedure can be done with your own sperm and eggs or ones that you have purchased from a donor.

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