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Precautious for not getting pregnant - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
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please proceed with ur query
User :   Good evening doctor, I had a very pondering question to ask. I just had my second tube removed due to it being ruptured, and I was wondering if I should continue to be precautious about getting pregnant, and birth control. I was explained to that this is like having your tubes tied and the chances are rare.
Doctor :  
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it is like tubes getting tied and so pregnancy is rare
User :   Now is this yes, that the chances are rare, or yes I should be precautious and take the birth control still?
Doctor :  
this is yes for chances of pregnancy is rare
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so u need not be too precautious for birth control
User :   My understanding is that now that there is no way for my eggs to get to the uterus, pregnancy is like .5% or less?
Doctor :  
yes it is
User :   wow, I did not expect this at such a young age. I am 30, have no kids, and this the 4th kid I have lost.
Doctor :  
chances are almost nil for getting pregnant the natural way

Doctor :  
but there is a way to get pregnant still
Doctor :  
and have chilren
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