miscarriages after tubal ligation reversals
What do you think my odds are of carrying a pregnany to term?
I had a tubal ligation reversal about 3 years ago. They were only able to repair one tube and it is very short only about 3-4 cm long (usualy length is 10 cm per fallopian tube. The month after the reversal surgery 3 years ago I got pregnant but had a miscarriage at 4 weeks. I didn't get pregnant again for years and had given up hope (meaning we didn't really try to time anything anymore around my ovulation). Then in Dec 2010 (nov. we did time the baby dance around ovualtion just to see if it would help, but we thought surely after this long we would've have timed it right at some point) I was suprised to find I was pregnant again, but again miscarried at 5.5 weeks. Can the miscarriages be caused by how short my remaining tube is and the egg not being able to develop enough before it implants? I do hold out some hope, since I have actually gotten pregnant twice sine the reversal, but I don't want to keep trying if it is only going to end in heartbreak everything I find out I am pregnant. Can I get some realistic scenarios from women in the same boat as me? Please? I am 32 years old and before my tubal ligation was very fertile. Why only two pregnancies in 3 years and why both miscarried? I had never had a miscarriage before the tubal ligation. I know I am ovulating monthly and I know the chances are decreased because of only having my one little short tube, but some advice would be so appreciated.