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Done tubal ligation. Have stomach flutters, weight gain, distended stomach, sore breasts, frequent urination

Hello I m 41 I had a tubal litigation Sept 2001. I have 4 children. I recently started feeling stomach flutters just like all my pregnancies. Prior to it my menstrual cycle flow changed. From 6-7 days to 3 days & late. I m a 28 day normally. I also gained weight, my stomach is larger than normal. No soreness of breast . Just flutters for about a month now which are getting stronger. Frequent urination .
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
As there are already tubal ligation , so no chances of any pregnancy ( however in 0.5 % case tubal ligation fails after 10- 15 years, according to some studies).
Stomach flutters may be due to tension of day to day life.
Overeating , hyper acidity are other reasons.
In my opinion your stomach is not large , but it is abdomen ( in my opinion).
The abdomen distension may be due to deposition of fat and this is a main cause of concern for you.
So try to overcome the diet.
Avoid fried food + sugar related products.
Urine problem is also , so consult PHYSICIAN and get his opinion and also blood test for diabetes.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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