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Had c section, tubal ligation done, gestational diabetes, no period. Could this indicate pregnancy despite tubal ligation?

hi i had a c section in dec 2012 and also had tubal ligation done.i have four kids now.i had gestational diabetes in my last pregnancy.i had my regular periods in feb and march but didnt start in family doctor has prescribed PRIMOTUL-N for 5 days ..3 times a is my fourth day but there is no sign of periods..could this indicate pregnancy despite tubal ligation..?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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The chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are remote but not impossible. Your gynecologist must have checked your urine for pregnancy before giving you primolut-N. You need to wait for at least 5 days after stopping the medicine for your periods.
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Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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