When is it safe to resume exercise after a laparoscopic tubal ligation?

WhenYourBodyTellsYou. Technically that operation is minimally invasive so you should bounce back pretty quickly. However, each individual is different. It took me a month to start bouncing back from a minor hernia repair. So wait a week or so then start slowly progressing and see how it goes each day. You'll know if you are careful. But don't push it hard for about a month. Just "listen to your body." It will tell you.

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I have a hard lump above my belly button that is tender and a little warm. I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation a week ago. Help?!

Maybe a suture but. Belly-button (umbilical) pain may originate locally due to infection or herniation, or be "referred" from another abdominal location like the appendix. Signs/symptoms of concern include: local redness &drainage, umbilical bulging that can't be reduced with gentle pressure, fever, vomiting, change in bowels, generalized abdominal tenderness (suggests peritonitis), worsening pain. Get checked pls. Read more...

I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation done. And have some vaginal bleeding. Is it ok to use tampons? Even the same day as surgery?

Check with your dr. It is not unusual to have bleeding after a tubal or any laparoscopic gynecology surgery. It is not recommended to use a tampon 2nd risk of infection. You are better off using pads. If bleeding becomes heavy greater than 1 maxi pad an hour, or associated with pain, fever, shortness of breath, light headedness.....then call doctor or go to ER ASAP. Read more...

Had laparoscopic tubal ligation 3 days ago and bloody discharge is coming from belly button with odor. Incision covered with dermabond. Normal?

I think not. If there is no pain or fever you might wait till Monday morning, but call the surgeon or your provider first thing. If worse, go to an ER. Infections are nothing to be shy about and this sounds like a possibility. Take care and get attention for it soon. Very soon. Read more...
Depends. Is there pus (purulent drainage) coming from the would or is it more like a clear bloody discharge. Also, is there any redness or tenderness around it? Do you have an fever? If any of these questions are yes, the wound should be evaluated. If not, probably normal healing. Read more...

I'm a 42 yr old female, that desire to become pregnant. I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation with fulguration of the tube 1.5 cm (bilateral) in Aug 1999, is it possible to get a tubal reversal?

It will cost you mon. Anything is possible if you believe! However, you need to check your finances because a tubal reversal is not covered under most insurance companies. $6000 is the lowest that I have heard. There is a doctor in North Carolina who charges a flat rate. Read more...

Hi there, I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation 7 months ago. Have had 4 regular periods (breast fed my twins) and regular signs of ovulation. Today an?

Please start over. To get the most from this site you need to provide background information and then ask a related question. Your submissions are not linked, so each one must be complete, and they go to the site at random. You did provide some background, but without a question, there can be no answer. Read more...

Ok im 32 and would like a reversal on my tubal ligation I have 3 children is it safe and what is the vitro?

Maybe. Tubal reversal may or may not be realistic depending on the method used & may predispose you to a dangerous tubal pregnancy. In vitro methods can bypass the tubal by harvesting your eggs & implanting a fertilized embryo into your prepared womb.All such methods have problems & take time & expense, but offer you a chance. Discuss this with your OB or seek out a fertility consult. Read more...
Safe is relative. Bilateral micro tubal anastomoses is as safe as any other major surgery in competent hands. The success rate may be as high as 50 to 70%. In vitro fertilization rates are usually slightly lower. Pregnancy attempts are each month after surgery but only at the time of the procedure with in vitro fertilization. Read more...