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Pregnancy after DH has had the snip? Are there any stats anywhere on this?

(11 Posts)
HowPossible Thu 06-Jan-11 08:00:46

Fuck sad

Northernlurker Thu 06-Jan-11 08:16:48

If he's had the all clear it's a tiny chance. HAve you done a test? Did he do the foloow up testing - because if not then it may not have fully worked and your chances of getting pg are much higher.

HowPossible Thu 06-Jan-11 08:19:12

He had the all clear back in July last year, Dr. said there was no need for a follow up test.

I haven't done a test, but it would be my 6th pregnancy, I am 95% sure of it.

Too scared to do a test

Northernlurker Thu 06-Jan-11 08:22:41

Come on - if he's had the all clear then it's v unlikely unless you've been having an affair? Get a test and then go from there. No point being scared when you may not need to be iyswim.

Northernlurker Thu 06-Jan-11 08:23:48

Got to go to work now - will check back tonight

MonaPomona Thu 06-Jan-11 08:28:25

my dad had the snip after I was born in 1970 and my brother was born 3 years later (is the spit of dad so no funny business!)

MistleToad Thu 06-Jan-11 08:48:45

There are some stats here: y.htm

Basically there is only a very very small risk. I hope you can pluck up the courage to do a test today and that you get the outcome you want.

BellsaRinging Thu 06-Jan-11 08:51:19

Yes, a very small risk. BUT it happened to my friend, and was def not the result of an affair as she and her partner had a paternity test when they were involved in legal proceedings. Have my fingers crossed for the right result for you.

NoMoreChocBiscuits Thu 06-Jan-11 15:49:37

My sister knows someone who got pg after the snip. He had been tested and had a sperm count of 5. This is considered infertile and thus the snip had worked. One of those 5 little buggers still got through.

So sadly though it is HIGHLY unlikely you'll get pg again after a succesful vasectomy, it's not impossible.


Northernlurker Thu 06-Jan-11 18:27:26

hope you are ok

Littlefish Thu 06-Jan-11 18:35:41

As far as I know, it's a very small risk, BUT, I know someone that this happened to not once, but twice. Both times, her dh was given the all clear!

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