Most likely no, as she is53 years old, and has not had a single period for two years. So she may not get pregnant.
it is impossible 99% of the time! Menopause means you cease to have periods so if you haven't had periods for 2 years or more then no, you can't get pregnant. BEWARE as you start into menopause because you can get the odd period at the beginning of your menopause. You may skip even up to a year and then have a period.
Menopause more likely.
Yes. You may still perhaps get pregnant unless you are at the age of 54 and over; then it is most likely you are past menopause, so you won't be able to get pregnant anymore.
It is very likely menopause
If it is several years after menopause, pregnancy is unlikely. However, if you are still going through menopause, taking precautions would be wise.
That would be all but impossible
If you haven't reached menopause - sure.
You don't test for pregnancy. IF you had been pregnant a baby would have been born in 9 months. Sounds like you are in menopause.
Here you must also see your age, if it is say 48 years of age and you have not had your period for ten long months , thenit is considered menopause.
During the years between your first period and before menopause, the lining of the womb (endometrium) thickens monthly in preparation for potential pregnancy and is discharged as "period" if the woman doesn't become pregnant.
With hormones and an egg donor.
The best way to tell if you are pregnant is to get a pregnancy test. The chances are slim considering you have had a tubal ligation, but not impossible. Also, depending on your age, you could be beginning menopause. Good luck!:(