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Postpartum Tubal Ligation

Postpartum tubal ligation refers to the tubal ligation or blocking off of the fallopian tubes immediately after the delivery of a child. It uses the mini-laparotomy method, and the woman’s fallopian tubes are blocked off so that she cannot bear children any more. In case of a cesarean delivery, postpartum...
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Essure and Birth Control

Essure is a permanent method of birth-control that does not require a surgery. In this case, agents introduced inside the body act as natural barriers between the egg and the sperm. This is a quick procedure, and does not involve any recovery time. The success rate of essure is 99.7% to 99.8%, meaning...
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Abdominal Hysterectomy

Abdominal hysterectomy is the most preferred method of hysterectomy in the United States. As its name suggests, this is the kind of hysterectomy where the uterus is removed through the abdomen. In this case, surgeons make an incision near the abdomen. This process leaves a scar, and is painful. Abdominal...
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What is a Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is yet another permanent method of birth-control for women. In this process, the uterus is surgically removed in order to prevent pregnancies. Hysterectomy is generally resorted to in the following conditions: i. Heavy menstrual bleeding ii. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) iii. Cancer iv. Prolapse...
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Sterilization and Birth Control

Sterilization can be defined as a surgical technique of birth-control, after which a man or a woman is unable to procreate. In women, this procedure blocks the fallopian tubes. This way the eggs cannot get carried to the uterus, and cannot come in contact with a sperm. In a man, sterilization blocks...
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Tubal Ligation with Tubal Ring & Clip

Tubal rings or clips are two ways of tubal ligation that is performed on the fallopian tubes, in a laparoscopy method. Both the tubal ring and clip clamp the fallopian tubes so that the egg does not come in contact with the sperm. The tubal ring and the clip are considered mechanical ways of blocking...
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Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome

Post tubal ligation syndrome or PTLS describes the various side effects that a woman may experience after undergoing tubal ligation. These side effects are caused due to changes in the hormones caused by change in the blood circulation between the ovaries and the uterus, believe medical experts. Some...
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Tubal Ligation Procedure, Cost & Success Rate

Tubal ligation is a form of permanent birth-control in women. In this process, the fallopian tubes are blocked or cut off in order to prevent the eggs coming in contact with the sperm. It can also be reversed. This procedure may affect hormone production in women, as well as their menstrual cycle. There...
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Unplanned Pregnancy Options

One of the most difficult situation in life is to have an unplanned pregnancy. It is difficult to judge the thoughts and feelings because they are so confusing when you face an unplanned pregnancy. It is challenging to make a decision to know what to do at that time. Each and every woman has an individual...
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Ways to Prevent Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be avoided by simply knowing your fertile period. Your fertile period plays a major role in getting you pregnant. One should know the menstruation period to prevent pregnancy. Doing intercourse in non-fertile period has the least amount of chance of getting pregnant. This is the natural...

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