Tubal Ligation

Also known as tubectomy, tubal ligation is a major surgical operation wherein the fallopian tubes are pinched shut, sealed or severed to prevent fertilization. Some studies show that tubal ligation lowers the risk of ovarian cancer.

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Chances of Becoming PregnantThere is approximately a 1.4% chance of becoming pregnant after a tubal ligation. The rate is a bit higher if the tubal ligation is done at the same time as a C-section and increases to 1.85% after 10 years because in some cases, the tubes repair themselves.Here is more i…
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Getting Pregnant After 10 YearsI would say that it depends on the the way the procedure it done. Some doctors just tie the tubes, which can become untied and result in an unexpected pregnancy. Whereas other doctors, tie and then cut the tubes which makes it nearly impossible to become pregnant.Thoug…
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Having a tubal ligation does not increase your bodyweight. The recovery time for the surgery is around three to five days, and should not pose any form of long-term problem in your current diet or weight loss plan. AnswerOnce your doctor clears you back to normal activity, you'd lose weight the sam…
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Stomach pain can be a symptom of many things, including pregnancy. Here are opinions and advice from FAQ Farmers: Don't think that it's the baby kicking or something, usually with pregnancy it's merely gas. Don't overreact to simple stomach pain, most of the time when you think you're pregnant, mos…
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Chances of pregnancy well I had my second son 1 yr ago and I got my tubes tied after my son was born during a c-section. It is March 2,2006 and my period is two weeks late. I am a person that has had regular periods and I was not on birth control. I am having signs of pregnancy but I am not …
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i live in Canada, Halifax nova scotia. and i had mine done about 2yrs ago and it was free. however to warn you if you think that at any tiem you may change your mind about it and want to have it reversed, the cost for that, (Canadian) is $4700. i called to find out 4days ago . so for thoughts to pnd…
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The U.S. Collaborative Review of Sterilization (CREST) found the failure rate for tubal ligation (all occlusion methods) to be 1.85% after 10 years. Of the sterilization failures in CREST, one third were ectopic pregnancies (not within the uterus). Because of the high rate of ectopic pregnancy, wo…
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Unlikely.A recent study (the Collaborative Review of Sterilization, or CREST, study) looked at 10,000 women who had undergone tubal ligation and found 143 failures (a failure rate of 1.4 percent). It can be higher when a tubal is done at the time of a C-section. The failure rate also tends to increa…
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Answer You can still become pregant when the are tied because all the sperm needs is alittle tiny hole to get threw and then you are pregant again.So there is still chances. Answer This is exactly my situation now and Ive missed two periods, I am going to my doctor asap. I am so scared…
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Dr. David Grimes, in Paducah KY is a good one. He is located in Lourdes Hospital. Tubal ligation is a fairly simple procedure, so it would probably be best for you to find a gynecologist in your area. If you don't personally know of any, you could visit a few for a consultation, ask nurses at the ho…
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It just depends  AnswerI live in Arkansas and I just moved from Kansas, from living there all my life. In both of these states, I have talked to medicaid workers and they have all told me MEDICAID DOES PAY if the women has given birth 2 times or has been pregnant for a total of 3 times. In mos…
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Answer Hi there! I just called my doctor today and asked the same questions. He said YES it's just a matter of stretching the tubes to reattach them and it'll be like new again, I'm thinking of trying it myself.
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Answer It is unlikely that you are pregnant, but it IS possible. If you are pregnant, the odds are that it is an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Sometimes they show positive on home pregnancy tests and sometimes they do not. An ectopic pregnancy cannot be carried to term and cannot result in a …
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Answer Depending on far along you are, I believe certain drugs can remove a tubular pregnancy. If the pregnancy is a little further along, Usually a fallopian tube is removed in order to prevent erruption, also to save fertility.
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; hi, i just curious,I'm 25 yrs old and 3 children. i missed period this month and i had a tubal ligation filshie clips. do you think i might be pregnant? sometimes i got sore my nipple but not all the time. help me, thanks for ur share. Yes it is possible to fall pregnant after a tubal liga…
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Answer Hi. Yes you can have your tubes tied right after childbirth. Your midwife can not do this. You will have to go to the hospital to have it done. Do not let this keep you from having a homebirth. If you want a homebirth then go for it. You can get your tubes tied a few weeks later …
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Answer No. A tubal ligation is a pretty permanent procedure that significantly reduces the possibility of pregnancy. Attempts to reverse the procedure are not always successful. Reversal involves a surgical procedure to re-establish the fallopian tubes.
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Answer They would be the same as a normal preganncy: nausea tender breasts increased vaginal discharge missed period
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Answer to tubal ligation question Yes, but be sure to ask your insurance company if they will cover the procedure if done in combination with child delivery. I've heard some will not. If you are having a c-section delivery this is a good time to have it done. I had my tubal ligation after…
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Answer sorry, I never had a tubal ligation, but here's what I did to lose weight before and it works. I ate 5 small meals a day and got about four hours of walking everyday. ( you don't have to do four hours of walking a day to lose weight, I just had time for it. ) here's what I ate for each of…
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Answer There is no relationship to Grave's Disease and tubal ligation. There is no know relationship to any disease from having your tubes tied or burned.
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Answer Most of the time it will be a tubal pregnany with a lot of pain.
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Excruciating lower abdominal pain, fever, flu-like symptoms, possible hemmoraging.
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Answer Eventhough you have had your tubes tied, there is a possible chance that you could be pregnant but this is rare and also very dangerous. I suggest that you see a doctor as soon as possible.
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Practice safe sex, use protection, abstinence. There is sterilization (vasectomy, tubal ligation), internal (IUD, Mirena), hormonal (BCP, shot, implant, patch, ring, etc.), barriers (Cervical cap, diaphragm, condom, and sponge), fertility-awareness (abstinence during fertile cycle), withdrawal and …
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Answer Every year the chance of pregnancy goes up a little but usually it's the longer you have had it done they are more likely to until (after about 10 years) if you suspect you are pregnant you should see your doctor because normally the pregnancy will have to be terminated because it is …
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Answer Particularly if you have a C-section, right after the baby is born is possibly the best time to tie the tubes assuming no other complications. After vaginal birth, generally a separate procedure the day following delivery is performed. Usually they do it through the navel in this case…
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Answer Dear Reader; A helmet is always a good idea. If you have no problem with clotting or healing, go ahead. Confirm this with your doctor. Dwight
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Sometimes if they are just tied, not cut, burned, and tied they can over time become untied and allow an egg to pass. I have actually heard of people who were cut, burned, and tied and about 8 years later they got pregnant. The human body is a mysterious thing.  Chances of PregnancyWhen your t…
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I read somewhere that your tubes grow back after 5 years is that true? and if so what are the chances of gettin pregnant again after that? I am proof that they do grow back. On May 21, 2004 I had my son by c-section and also had a tubal done at the same time. I got pregnant but ended up miscarrying…
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I've been pregnant after a tubal, many times infact! Apparently one of my tubes must have repaired it's self.I made my husband get a vasectomy because we kept losing the pregnancy shortly after finding out, ever since then i'am worried that I'll be pregnant again, not that i wouldn't want it (we hav…
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Using drugs to control (stop) ovulation - then using drugs to induce ovulation, or artificial insemination.
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wait two or three days
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It depends on the contract between your insurance and your doctor, but I think my fee for it was quoted at 3500-5000 depending on the doctor. But mine was completely covered and preferred by my insurance. This is because they don't have to pay a surgical fee or operating room fee etc.
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Yes, see your doctor
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Getting Pregnant After 10 Years It's unlikely. A recent study (the Collaborative Review of Sterilization, or CREST, study) looked at 10,000 women who had undergone tubal ligation and found 143 failures (a failure rate of 1.4 percent). It can be higher when a tubal is done at the time of a C-section.…
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Yes, but not extreme pain. on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the most intense pain), mine was a 7 as soon as I woke up after the surgery. But they give you lots of drugs and you go home and sleep. You can't use your stomach muscles for a few days but the first two days are the worse (and not really th…
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You should seek medical advice without delay.
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Hi, i want to know if the is a possibility of a woman getting pregnant after sterilising
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yes but i wouldn't if i was u, r u just doing it because its easier than taking precautions like the pill or using condoms? if something was to happen to any of your children and god willing it doesnt, wouldn't u want the option of having more children? or if u meet another guy and he wants u to hav…
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pipe?
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will a dr tie just one fallopian tube
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There are no laws or restrictions for a tubal ligation anywhere in the US. The patient must be old enough to consent to her own surgery. This varies by state, but usually age 18 or married.
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it mostly runs to 5,000 to 6,000 but that is just for the surgery it doesnt count for the exam before u have the surgery you have to pay that sep.
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You could go to a loan company for a general personal loan and use it for that purpose, but no one is going to give you a loan for that specific purpose. People don't get loans for medical treatments. If they did, then, a million people in this country wouldn't go bankrupt because they can't pay for…
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wait until you are no longer on medication.
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Getting your tubes tied is an expression for a tubal ligation procedure. Tubal ligation is form of female sterilization, a permanent birth control method. Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that seals fallopian tubes and eliminates the chance of pregnancy.
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I just had tubal litigation done here in Arizona. My insurance made me wait 30 days from the time I asked for it to be done. They want you to wait so they make sure that it is what you want to do. So I think most insurances will make you wait that long at least. If you are paying cash then I'm n…
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Because muslims believe in Allah and Allah deserves it. Also Allah has ordered to pray Him only. And Salah is the a Way to Keep a Muslim from Jahannam it Also Gives a Connection with Allah (God)
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a week is the normal recovery.. However when I had mine tied, I suffered from a UTI for 3 days. It was the worse I have ever had.. My recovery took almost 3 full weeks of rest before I felt better.
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It takes about 2-3 hours depending on your size and how your original tubal was done. Filshie clips and rings are easiest to reverse. It also depends on your size. If you have a normal BMI then it will be quicker and your incision will be smaller. On average the incision is about 3 1/2 inches, a bik…
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yes, although I would advise that if you are married you do consent your spouse, no adult with full mental capacity needs another adults consent to have surgery
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Whilst the procedure is successful in up to 95-98% the chances of becoming pregnant are some times considerably lower than normal. I found you a link (See below related link) they explain:Most of our patients become pregnant after tubal reversal. Our pregnancy statistics show that approximately 70% …
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can you take clomid while your tubes tied
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evaluation and management, anesthesia, surgery, radiology, pathology and laboratory, medicine
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yes you can its not common but it occurs rarely..
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if you can read my mind i just want to know if am pregnant
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It's rare, and you need to talk to the doctor about it.
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By sterilized, do you mean tubal ligation? If so, sure you can.
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Depending upon the severity and potential complications, it can vary from days to months.
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I am 44 years old and had my tubes cut, burned and tied, My youngest son is 17yrs old and 2 months ago I had a bladder infection and they gave me a strong dose of amoxicillin to clear it up. I got my period last month, but since that my breast are sore, I am very emotional- will cry a the drop of a …
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Although natural pregnancy could occur it is very slim. If it does happen naturally there is a very good chance that it would be ectopic. The most natural way to have a child after having a tubal ligation is with tubal ligation reversal. Surprising to many is the fact the tubal reversal has a bette…
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A woman's ovaries continue release ovum each month after a tubal ligation, there is just no place for them to go, Periods also continue the same as always. Ovum released by the ovaries will usually disintegrate in the ovarian tube, or sometimes in the space surrounding the tube or uterus (peritoneal…
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If a woman gets her tubes tied (tubal ligation) she will not be able to get pregnant, but she will still menstruate (have her period). In a tubal ligation the fallopian tubes trhat carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus are cut, but the ovaries themselves aren't removed. Since the ovaries are st…
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Sperm production is a normal body function. Sperm cells mix with seminal fluids and are released as semen when a male ejaculates (shoots), either from a nocturnal emission (wet dream), masturbation (jerking off), or during sexual intercourse. Sperm production can be interrupted if a guy chooses to h…
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Myalgia means pain in the muscles and is not a surgical procedure
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theres always a chance!
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Tubes do not spontaneously regenerate, although the procedure is medically reversible.
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Yes but it is very rare. Tubal ligation has less than a 2% failure rate.
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Ideally NO, one does not get pregnant, if tubes are ligated. there are very minimal percentage of cases seen with pregnancy, post tubal ligation.
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it is important that the woman understand the permanent nature of tubal ligation as well as the risks of anesthesia and surgery. Her medical history is reviewed
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It is possible for you tubes to become untied at any time.
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It is within the Fallopian tube that fertilization, the joining of the egg and the sperm, takes place. During tubal ligation, the tubes are cut or blocked in order to close off the sperm's access to the egg.
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I mit be pregnant cause my tubes tied its been 4 years yes u can
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No. They don't "un-clamp".
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Though very small, no form of birth control (sterilization in your case) works 100% except abstinence. You can still become pregnant, especially if your tubes become untied, or they haven't healed enough. Always use a backup, even after the procedure, just in case.
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Depo Provera should not be used for bleeding control. If you have having severe menstrual bleeding, talk with your health care provider about options. The birth control pill, Mirena, or uterine lining ablation may be options.
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No. The success rate for tubal ligation as a birth control method is better than that of oral contraceptives, but not 100%. Tubal ligation is rated as 99% effective in the first year after the procedure. After that, however, the failure rates increase since our bodies, if otherwise healthy, will alw…
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Possible but improbable. Tubal ligations rarely fail, and unless you are at the end of your period, there is no replacement uterine lining yet.
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Yes, there is always a slight chance a tubal ligation will "repair itself" and the longer it's been since the surgery the greater chance of pregnancy. Remember we're still speaking in very small chances 1 or 2 out of several hundred. If you are having symptoms of pregnancy I would suggest seeing you…
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Yes they can try but pregnancy is not guaranteed and there is a bigger risk for ectopic.
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Yes they can still paste lactate
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When you experience severe pms symptoms during your menstrual cycle following a tubal ligation. Commonly referred to as a "tube cycle". This term began in Alabama and has spread like wildfire.
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