Jallen's post below has me thinking.
2 is it for us, so as far as everything with this baby continues in a healthy fashion, we are done. The problem is, I'm being met my some resistance from my ob. She's given me lots of information on other options, but still seems hesitant and has said a large part of that is due to the fact that we started "young" (I'm 28 now) and is worried that I will change my mind later on down the road. As she said, it's easy to do the procedure later, but it's hard and extremely expensive to reverse it if we chose to down the road. She's also said that if that is what I decide when it comes time, she will do it and that will be the end of that discussion. I appreciate her concern, I just don't see more kids in our future. I'm not interested in taking a pill forever, and the iud's make me nervous for many reasons, I don't want something implanted under my skin. If the patch didn't kill people, I'd be all over that again.
So, if you have had your tubes tied, do you regret it at all? If you don't mind me asking, what age were you when you got it done and what made you so sure that you were through having kids? Have you missed the feeling of having the option of one more child? Anything else I should know?