How long does the pain last after having a tubal ligation?

Short time. Usually laparoscopic tubal ligation pain should last for just a few days (2-4 days); if a larger abdominal incision is made after vaginal delivery then the pain may be a little longer.

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Ia tubal ligation the same as my last 2yrs ago, I have been experiencing very heavy longer cyles I went from having a 3 -4days lomg to 8days?

Endometrial ablation. There are lots of treatment options you can discuss with your doctor. Lysteda is a nonhormone medication designed for heavy periods. Some benefit from birth control pills, patch or nuvaring. Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud can stop your period in some cases. Consider an endometrial ablation such as genesys hta if you are done having children. These can be done in the safely and comfortably in the office. Read more...

How long does bleeding last after a vaginal delivery and tubal ligation? Also do you start having menstral like cramp a week after all this?

Totally depends. It's believed breastfeeding & massage of the uterus causes accelerated uterine contractions (crampy) & thus faster termination of the PP bleeding. Heavy bleeding should stop before you leave the hospital. If you have a blood dyscrasia, like Factor V Leiden or a hemophilia, you will bleed much longer. If you keep bleeding, develop a fever & bleeding smells bad, get checked for retained placenta. . Read more...
Postpartum. You can bleed for sometime after delivery that is accompanied by cramps. Are you breast feeding? This may increase the intensity of cramping as your uterus goes back to its normal size. The return to normal menstruation is also dependent on return to normal hormone balance and breast feeding alters this balance. . Read more...

How long after having a baby can you have a tubal ligation done?

Anytime. Tubal ligations can be performed 1 day after delivery. It may also be done anytime afterwards. Read more...
Same day. Usually the same day or the next. Otherwise after 6 weeks. Read more...