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infection, bruising or bleeding at the operation site. pelvic pain or pain in your abdomen (tummy) a possible reaction to the anaesthetic. rarely, damage to organs, including your bowel, bladder, uterus, ovaries, blood vessels and nerves.
In this surgery, the doctor makes a larger incision above your pubic hairline or below your belly button. You will probably stay in the hospital for 1 to 3 days if you have this surgery. You can probably go back to work in about 1 to 2 weeks. Surgery can be done right after you give birth (postpartum tubal ligation).
Tubal ligation is an extremely reliable way to prevent pregnancy. Fewer than 1 out of 100 women will get pregnant within a year of surgery.
Tubal ligation permanently prevents pregnancy, so you no longer need any type of birth control. However, it does not protect against sexually transmitted infections. Tubal ligation may also decrease your risk of ovarian cancer, especially if the fallopian tubes are removed.
The whole thing takes about 20-30 minutes, and you can usually go home the same day. There's very little scarring. Another common procedure is a minilaparotomy. It's often done right after childbirth.
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While tubal ligation is effective in preventing most pregnancies, it isn't an absolute. An estimated 1 out of every 200 women will become pregnant after tubal ligation. Tubal ligation can increase your risk of an ectopic pregnancy.
The actual surgery takes about 30 minutes. Here is what typically happens during the procedure: The surgeon will make one or more small cuts (incisions) near your belly button. Sometimes the surgeon makes a small incision in your lower abdomen as well.
Tubal Ligation Recovery You can probably go home a few hours after your procedure. Your incision sites (where you got the cuts) may be a little uncomfortable afterward. You might also have pain or cramps in your belly, fatigue, mild vaginal bleeding, dizziness, or a sore throat from the anesthesia.
Most patients can go home the same day. You may have increased cramping and vaginal bleeding for a day or two after the procedure. You may experience gas pains for about a day or so due to gas administered during the procedure.
The Cons of Tubal Ligation Only around half the women who have a reversal are able to get pregnant. Unless you're certain you'll never want to get pregnant, tubal ligation isn't right for you. It doesn't protect against STDs. You'll need to use condoms to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.

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