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Tubal during C-section, clear ovulation discharge. Chances of pregnancy?

I had a tubal during a c-section 8 months ago. I just noticed the clear ovulation discharge , and all the other symptoms of ovulation that I use to get before the tubal...but this is the first time I had it since. Could that mean I could get pregnant? I read online that tubals during c-sections have the highest rate of failing.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Tubectomy does not inhibit ovulation. Therefore, you will experience all the hormonal changes that you see at ovulation. In fact, even after removal of the uterus due to some reason where the ovaries are retained the usual premenstrual symptoms are experienced as also the menopausal symptoms. Tubal ligation has the maximum efficacy during the first year. So, the chances of failure are very less.Take care.
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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