I'm 23, and I have three kids (my tubes are tied). When i was pregnant with my twins and already had a 1 year old, I asked the obgyn if i could have my tubes tied. They just told me to talk it over with my husband and go over some paperwork. That day i signed the papers to give them permission to go ahead and do the procedure while i had my c-section....there were no problems... You dont have to be a certain age, just as long as YOU know you really want to do it and youre not going to want anymore kids. Most doctors will listen to want YOU want, and if not see someone that will. I thought you had to have 3 kids or be 25 years old. It may differ in certain states. I was in Texas when I had my tibes tied. I was also 25 and just had my 3rd kid. There are not laws in any of the 50 US states that pertain to when or what form of Birth Control a woman chooses to use whether it is surgical, pharmaceutical or otherwise. The exception would be a minor (someone under 18) who might in some states need parental permission for surgical procedures.
A woman might use a hormonal IUD after tubal ligation to control excessive menstrual bleeding. A copper IUD has no benefit after tubal ligation.
The typical tubal ligation patient is over age 30, is married, and has had two or three children.
The fallopian tube is cut, tied, clamped, cauterized or plugged during a tubal ligation.
There are no age guidelines or restrictions for tubal ligations in Canada. However it may be very difficult to find a physician who will agree to perform this procedure if you are under 25 years of age.
A tubal ligation can be performed at most any age, but without parental consent, it could not be done until one attains the age of 18. How many kids one had before the tubal ligation has no consequence, nor matters.
It's possible, but very unlikely to get pregnant if a woman has had a bilateral tubal ligation and her male partner has received a vasectomy.
It is risky at any age. It is most recommended by doctors that the man get a vasectomy rather than the woman get a tubal ligation. The recovery time is less for men and it is less risky since there are fewer tubes and less chance of complications.
It is 21.
it is the process of cutting the fallopian tubes of the woman.
After having a tubal ligation procedure you will still menstruate. There are also no hormonal changes when you have the tubal ligation procedure.
it is important that the woman understand the permanent nature of tubal ligation as well as the risks of anesthesia and surgery. Her medical history is reviewed
In most states, you have to be age 21 to undergo this procedure.
Same as for any surgery.
www.fittobeuntied.com This is a forum for women who have had a tubal ligation and most are now wanting a tubal ligation reversal. It is a place for emotional support after you have had a tubal ligation and are needing emothional support. www.tubal.org This is another forum that you can go to just to get information about a tubal ligation and PTLS which is known as Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. It deals with all the things that happen after the tubal that your doctor didnt tell you about.
could i possibly be pregnant after i got a TUBAL LIGATION
Yes, there is nothing about tubal ligation that protects you against STDs.
Who does tubal ligation reversals in New zealand
Tubal ligation, or getting one's "tubes tied"
It is possible to become pregnant after a tubal ligation and experience a miscarriage. If a woman experiences symptoms of heavy bleeding along with cramping and she suspects a miscarriage she should consult a doctor.
modified pomeroys technique of tubal ligation
Where to go to get tubal ligation reversed in south africa
Normally, tubal ligation takes about 20-30 minutes
No insurance considers it to be a elective surgery to have Tubal Ligation so they wont cover it.