... 21st I spotted that day, the next day it was on and the next three days I have been spotting. How long will my period be on? Or am I'm pregnant? Me and my husband been trying to have a baby for over a year now and I am 34 years old. I had a miscarriage last year the doctor thought it was an etopic pregnancy but it wasn't it was a normal pregnancy and tubes have been tied for 11 years now.
Well your last sentence is a clincher. You can't be pregnant. Your tubes are tied. Why are you so sure you were pregnant and had a miscarriage? Once in a great while something happens that causes a pregnancy, but for the most part, you aren't going to get pregnant, because your tubes are tied. And if the dr clipped them, you aren't going to get pregnant. In order for you to have a baby, you will have to see a dr, because he will have to open them back up, surgically.
You may take a few months to get your period acting right.
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