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White discharge, spotting, lower back pain. History of tubes tied. Pregnant?

Hi..i was wondering..last week i had a white today i have light blood when i wipe..i never come on before the 14th an i have had my tubes tied for four years now..just tied..nothing else..yeah my lower back has been hurting ..i have been sleepy an all that sick filling..but i just need to know is it worth me going to the doctor to see if i might be pregnent
Asked On : Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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You had tubes tied 4 years back & had no problem in last 4 years. The failuer rate of Tubal ligation ,done by an experienced Doctor) is very less (0.7%)- so there should not be coseption.
Still in rare cases.over a period the tubes may get recanalised automatically &give rise to unexpected pregnancy.
If you don't want the pregnancy at this stage, I suggest you to see doctor & get the thing clear.
Before that, you should go for blood pregnancy test . to
exclude/confirm pregnancy.( Blood test is +ve by 8 th day of ovulation.,even
before periods )
Thank you.
Answered: Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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