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Bilateral Tubal Ligation Procedures
Vaires: There are several types of tubal ligation: by cameras after a vaginal delivery with a small incision during a cesarean section, through your c section scar. Internally, like a pap spear. All basically remove a segment of the tube, or clip it, to block conception. They have varying success rates. ...Read more
Local Question: That would be a question for your surgeon or the hospital where the surgery was performed. ...Read more
I had a tubal ligation 6 months ago but dr didn't tell me what kind of procedure he did and if it was an easy reversal what procd.Do dr use more?
Hard to say: Easiest way to know is ask your doctor or request your operative records. If you had the tubal ligation within days of delivery or during cesarean delivery, the tubes were likely tied and cut. If it was performed later via laparoscopy, then they may have been cauterized (burned), or a clip or ring may have been placed to block the tubes. Procedure choice is highly physician dependent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tubal vs essure: They both provide permanent sterilization but the tubal requires general anesthesia and surgery into the abdomen with incisions that have to heal. It is immediately effective. An essure can be done in the office under a local cervical block and has no incisions. It takes about 3 months to become effective. You have to do a simple test at 3 months to prove the tubes are blocked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but need help: A Pomeroy tubal ligation is a common way to "tie your tubes" at the time of a c/section. The tubes are tied with suture, a segment is cut out and sometimes the remaining ends are cauterized. The chance of getting pregnant is about 7.5/1000 (.75%). That is a very low chance. If you want to get pregnant, its still possible to get pregnant with help from a fertility specialist. Best wishes! ...Read more
If my insurance dose not cover reversable tubal ligation how much will the surgery cost how much would be the deposit to start procedure of surgery.
Regular intercourse: You should have regular intercourse at the time of ovulation, just as you would if you had not had the tubal and reversal. However, reversal caries the risk of a tubal pregnancy due to the scar in the middle of your tube, so you will need closer follow up with your obstetrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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