pregnancy

Dee asked 1 year ago
I’m 42 and tubes have been tied for 19 years now. I had my menses on 4-4. I had sex on 4-26 and 28th for the first time in over a year. My menses should have come somewhere around the end of April or the beginning of May. I spotted a little bit on May 2 and then nothing. I have been lightheaded, weak feeling and nauseous for weeks now. Yesterday, May 28 I started spotting again with a slimy texture. Could I be pregnant or could it be something else. My menses is always on time. It never has ever done this before.
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Admin answered 10 months ago
With tied tubes though you get your period but you are sterile. It’s a total block for sperms. Very rarely some women’s tubes can grow back together. In that case you can get pregnant. Otherwise you do get period as a response to your hormones but can’t get pregnant. About the deterioration in amount of period blood you could be nearing your menopause. So consider getting a gynecological checkup.