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Old 09-15-12, 05:27 AM
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Hey everyone I very new and wanted to give it a try! I know this questions has been asked many times but I had a Laproscopy in July and didn't find nothin work also blue dye doctor said everything looked good
& said studies have showen that people get pregnant after this he gave me 4 to 6 months! Have anyone gotten pregnant after this? If so how quick? Also do 4 to 6 months mean just between those months? Thanks
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I had a friend who hadn't gotten pregnant for many years and was pregnant within a few months of her lap. Her son is about to turn 8 years old. So yes, I've seen evidence that this works. I think you can get pregnant anytime afterward but the most common time for pregnancy following a lap is the 4-6 month mark.


 
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I was pregnant within weeks after a dye test.
 
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