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Question:

From Texas, USA:

I have had Type 1 diabetes for 23 years and am now 28 years old. I have had 2 successful pregnancies and after my second one I had a tubal ligation. The baby-bug has hit me again and I am considering having a reversal done. Will there be any additional complications to me or my fetus other than the normal ones caused by diabetes during pregnancy? Will a reversal affect my diabetes at all?

Answer:

A tubal reversal should not have any additional effects on your pregnancy or diabetes.

OWJ

Original posting 20 Apr 1999
Posted to Family Planning

  
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