Tubal sterilization is one of the best birth control. It is also known as Tubal Ligation. It is general surgery that needs incisions. The prime process of this birth control is to cut and tie your Fallopian tube. This birth control is permanent and will not reverse. This birth control is one of the reasons to lessen the risk of having ovarian cancer.
HOW has TUBAL STERILIZATION DONE?
Ligation is not fit for everyone. Your OB will explain vividly all about the advantages and disadvantages of the process. Below is the list of advantages and disadvantages of Tubal Sterilization.
You have two options for Tubal Sterilization;
- Cut and tying your Fallopian tube or/and
- place a clip around your Fallopian tube
TUBAL STERILIZATION ADVANTAGES:
- No need to take other birth control like pill, IUD, or injectable.
- There are no long-term side effects.
- It will not interfere with your sex life.
- Permanent birth control.
TUBAL LIGATION DISADVANTAGES:
- You will not reverse the surgery.
- It may lead to some complications like diabetes.
- It will not protect you from AIDS and HIV.
DO AT HOME AFTER SURGERY
You should follow your doctor for your fast recovery. Below is the best to do after your Tubal Sterilization surgery.
- You must eat healthy food.
- Take a bath daily to avoid infection.
- Clean your wound by alcohol and betadine.
- Drink the prescribed medicine of your doctor.
NOT ALLOWED TO DO AFTER SURGERY
Your doctor will explain everything things that not good for your body while recovering. Prohibited things that you must not do after your surgery;
- You must not carry heavy objects.
- Going up and downstairs are prohibited
- You must not do work out after the surgery,
- Don’t think of having contact with your partner.
You and your partner must talk about the surgery. Both of you must think carefully before the procedure.
The statements made in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and represent the opinions of the author. This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional.