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i went to the hospital to get a tubal ligation but during the surgery my heart stop twice and they couldn't do the surgery do you know why that happe?

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Dr. Alan Patterson
Obstetrics and Gynecology 42 years experience
THEY SHOULD HAVE TOL: Told u! u need to ask them and i assume u are doing a workup ! that is totally not normal and u need a complete comprehensive evaluation and after u have been worked up, if they say it is ok u should find a gyn who does in office essure tubals, no ivs no sleep i keep my pts awake with a shot of toradol sometimes and a little valium and vicodin it tales 5 minutes, no cutting.

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