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Asked in Health, Tubal Ligation, Tubal Reversal, C-section
What is a bilateral tubal ligation with cauterization mean?
A bilateral tubal ligation with cauterization is a permanent form of birth control. Both fallopian tubes are severed and cauterized during the procedure. ...
Pregnancy after tubal ligation and vasectomy combined'?
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. ...
Asked in Health, Women's Health
You have had a tubal with clamps and was wondering what percentage you have of getting pregnant?
If you had bilateral tubal ligation, there is 100% chance of not getting pregnant. ...
Asked in Medical Terminology
What is the medical term meaning getting your tubes tied?
Tubal ligation, usually written bilateral tubal ligation, means getting your tubes tied to avoid pregnancy. ...
Is modified pomeroy a type of bilateral tubal ligation?
Yes! The modified pomeroy is a method of tubal ligation. It can be done during minilaparotomy, which is a small open incision made on the abdomen. ...
Asked in C-section
Cpt code for cesarean section with bilateral tubal ligation?
Complete Cesarean delivery code is 59510,this includes: routine ob care, antepartum care, the C-section and postpartum care. The code for the bilateral tubal ligation is 58611. This is the ligation or transection of fallopian tubes (s) when done at the time of c-section delivery (not a separate procedure). ...
Asked in Tubal Ligation, Bollywood, Tubal Reversal
Where can you find a forum to chat about tubal ligation?
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...
Asked in Women's Health, Tubal Reversal
Will insurance pay for a tubal ligation reversal if you are having more problems since the tubal ligation?
No insurance considers it to be a elective surgery to have Tubal Ligation so they wont cover it. ...
Asked in Women's Health, Tubal Ligation, Tubal Reversal
Can a salpingo-oopherectomy reverse a tubal ligation?
No. A salpingo-oopherectomy is the removal of one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) ovaries and fallopian tubes. ...
Asked in Tubal Ligation, Ectopic Pregnancy
Can you have a tubal pregnancy if you have had a tubal ligation?
Yes, ectopic pregnancy is a rare effect of having a tubal ligation. If you've had a tubal ligation and begin experiencing single sided pain, spotting, bleeding or dizziness you need to be evaluated for tubal pregnancy immediately. ...