5 doctors weighed in:
How effective are tubal ligations for preventing fertility?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Joseph Pena
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Very effective
Failure rate or chance of conceiving after tubal sterilization is ~1.
85% over a 10-year period, and may vary slightly based on how tubal sterilization was achieved (e.g. Electrocoagulation, clip, ring, salpingectomy-postpartum vs. Interval).

In brief: Very effective
Failure rate or chance of conceiving after tubal sterilization is ~1.
85% over a 10-year period, and may vary slightly based on how tubal sterilization was achieved (e.g. Electrocoagulation, clip, ring, salpingectomy-postpartum vs. Interval).
Dr. Joseph Pena
Dr. Joseph Pena
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Dr. Andrew Silverman
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Failure of a tubal
The effectiveness of a tubal ligation in preventing pregnancy (a tubal doesn't prevent your getting pregnant if you have a reversal or opt for ivf) is equivalent to using oral contraceptive, in other words it has a very low failure rate.

In brief: Failure of a tubal
The effectiveness of a tubal ligation in preventing pregnancy (a tubal doesn't prevent your getting pregnant if you have a reversal or opt for ivf) is equivalent to using oral contraceptive, in other words it has a very low failure rate.
Dr. Andrew Silverman
Dr. Andrew Silverman
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