If you are referring to an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy some symptoms are: Lower abdominal or pelvic pain Mild cramping on one side of the pelvis Amenorrhea (cessation of regular menstrual cycle) Abnormal vaginal bleeding (usually scant amounts, spotting) Breast tenderness Nausea Low Back pain If rupture and hemorrhaging occurs before successfully treating the pregnancy, symptoms may worsen and include: Severe, sharp, and sudden pain in the lower abdominal area Feeling faint or actually fainting Referred pain to the shoulder area
"Any operation has risks. There are some risks to a tubal ligation, but there are also risks to a pregnancy and to birth control methods, so the reasons behind the tubal ligation have to be considered."
Some women report increased menstrual discomfort after tubal ligation. It is not known if this is related to the tubal ligation itself
For those women who have already had the number of children they wish to have, a tubal ligation is a good method of permanent birth control. Other women who are approaching menopause, but are still capable of getting pregnant, may choose to undergo tubal ligation as a way to prevent an unwanted pregnancy later in the reproductive years.
Do insurance companies cover tubal ligation reversal? most will say no but it never hurts to ask if maybe some will be covered.
There is an extraordinarily slim chance that someone with their fallopian tubes tied off can have them re-grow together and therefore get pregnant, but this is extremely rare. The general answer is no.The chance of pregnancy following tubal ligation (burning, cutting, clipping, tying) is very small - but since our body's are designed to heal - it occasionally happens.If you think you may be pregnant take a HPT, as the chance of ectopic pregnancy is slightly higher in a pregnancy following tubal ligation.Some women develop Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome, caused by hormonal imbalance - this would account for the symptoms of pregnancy. LINK below
It's just a waiting game, some people get pregnant, some don't. Only 1 in 1000 women get pregnant when they have a tubal. It's not something you can plan. Chances of a non-viable pregnancy are really common with pregnancies after tubal ligation.
A tubal ligation reversal will vary in cost depending on the doctor's and hospital fees you have this surgery done at. Check with the insurance company, they may pay for some of it.
Periods has got nothing to do with tubal ligation. It may happen that you may get some type of chronic infection, at times. It may be spilled out in the peritoneal cavity. The ovaries may be affected. As a result the periods may stop. But this is very rare and theoretical.
Infertility is the desired effect of tubal ligation. Unfortunately for some women it comes with side effects that most doctors seldom mention; Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. Because it is a complicated condition I am going to supply links that give you more information than I can supply.
Some hospitals in the USA perform the tubal ligation within the same week of your giving birth. Check with your doctor and the hospital where you plan to have your baby, to find out what their policies are.
Chances of Becoming PregnantThere is approximately a 1.4% chance of becoming pregnant after a tubal ligation. The rate is a bit higher if the tubal ligation is done at the same time as a C-section and increases to 1.85% after 10 years because in some cases, the tubes repair themselves.Here is more information from Wiki s contributors:A recent study (the Collaborative Review of Sterilization, or CREST, study) looked at 10,000 women who had undergone tubal ligation and found 143 failures (a failure rate of 1.4 percent). It can be higher when a tubal is done at the time of a C-section. The failure rate also tends to increase the longer it has been since one had a tubal ligation. The U.S. Collaborative Review of Sterilization (CREST) found the failure rate for tubal ligation (all occlusion methods) to be 1.85% after 10 years.Tubal ligation prevents contact between the egg and the sperm. There are several different procedures that can be done. One is called the Pomeroy. It involves a loop made in the fallopian tube that is cut out. The tie is made of a material that the body can absorb and when this happens, the two ends of the tube fall apart. It is possible that they re-attach, or the egg or sperm can cross the gap, resulting in pregnancy.The failure rate for tubal ligation is about 1.4 percent overall. So, while the chances of getting pregnant are very low, they aren't zero percent. Women who have had a tubal ligation and subsequently get pregnant are at increased risk for an ectopic pregnancy.
There will be vaginal bleeding often later than the expected period. You may also have some severe abdominal pain.
== == ;: hi, i just curious,I'm 25 yrs old and 3 children. i missed period this month and i had a tubal ligation filshie clips. do you think i might be pregnant? sometimes i got sore my nipple but not all the time. help me, thanks for ur share.Yes it is possible to fall pregnant after a tubal ligation. If you do happen to fall pregnant naturally, the chance of a eptopic pregnancy (in the fallopian tube) is very high. falling pregnant naturally is very slim only happening to 1% of tubal ligations. however, if you want to fall pregnant on purpose, getting a reversal is the best opiton, women have fallen pregnant getting reversals as many as 8 years after the initial tubal ligation (of course its not to say it cant happen with later operations)but intially the sooner the better for success. goodluckYes. A tubal ligation is approximately 99% effective during the first year after it is done.After that its effectiveness may be reduced slightly with the onset of time assince the fallopian tubes can, in some cases, reform or reconnect and this can lead to unwanted pregnancy. Method failure is difficult to detect, except by subsequent pregnancy, If pregnancy does occur it carries a 33% chance of being an ectopic pregnancy.
Yes, it is very safe to get a tubal ligation. I know several women in my family who have gotten one. But one thing that I have noticed is for some of them their periods are heavier and more painful after they receive their tubal ligation. Talk it over with your doctor and make sure you two decided on a method that is best for you. There are several ways to have your tubes "tied." Good luck and God Bless:)
The ligation can go back and start working again after some years and it's very rare a woman goes through a full pregnancy without knowing she is pregnant but it does happen so there is a small chance.
Some Planned Parenthoods provide tubal ligation, Essure, or vasectomy. Those who don't can refer to you health care providers who do. Call your local family planning office to find out what's available in your area.
"Some long term affects for someone who is considering a tubal ligation reversal are lower success rates for pregnancies, or the possibility of having to use in-vitro fertilization to aid in the process of conceiving again."
How long it takes to lose belly fat after a tubal ligation varies greatly depending on your exercise plan, your food intake, and your body itself. Many people find that they begin losing some fat immediately after the ligation but gain it again if they do not pay attention to their diet.
i had a tubal ligation in 2004 there can be times your periods will be late if you are 20 days late with cramping especaily if its your back and lower abdomin you could have ectopic pregnancy a ligation is 99 percent efective they can also cause cyst which can be quite painful and also cause you to be late how ever only an aultrasound can show cyst and a blood serum test have you taken a urine test yet
Some Planned Parenthoods provide tubal ligation, some provide Essure, and all can refer for these procedures. Contact your local health center for information specific to your area.
The chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation is about 1/300. If you haven't seen a doctor I would advise you to, this could be as simple as a hormonal imbalance but there are some rare tumors that cause lactation. This is something that needs to be looked into.
No, you can't help your tubes grow back together after a tubal ligation. You need to have tubal reversal surgery. This can cost anywhere from $4500 to over ten thousand dollars. I had reversal surgery and it was a breeze. Not only are my tubes open now, I feel so much better than I did when I had the ligation. There are some freak incidences where tubes have grown back together, but it isn't common.
After a tubal ligation, the clamp used stays on for the rest of a woman's life. There is a chance that this procedure can be reversed in some cases. A medical professional will be able to diagnose any problems with the tubal clamp.
I'm 23. I had my tubes tied 2 years ago after pregnancy complications with my 4th pregnancy. I was in my 2nd trimester and I had a heart problem that was getting worse as my pregnancy progressed. My doctor recommended getting my tubes tied because birth control pills nor the patch had worked. So my doctor performed the abortion and tubal ligation. I wouldn't recommend it unless you are 100% sure or a doctor advises you to do so. Even though my health was an issue, I regret it. Maybe I should have gotten a 2nd opinion.
Absolutely! If your tube was damaged during the tubal pregnancy you may experience some trouble conceiving, however carrying a pregnancy to term after an ectopic pregnancy should not be a problem. Not every tubal pregnancy will irreconcilably damage a fallopian tube. If one of your fallopian tube has been severed due to a tubal pregnancy then you still have another one to rely on. If you have had two irreconcilably damaged fallopian tubes then you are going to need surgical help in getting a viable egg to your womb.