Tubal sterilization is a way of surgery that wards off pregnancy risk. It closes off the fallopian tubes which carry the eggs to the uterus every month. When the tubes are blocked, sperm cannot approach the egg to complete fertilization, so the pregnancy is prevented.
Tubal ligation is a durable method of birth control providing instant and efficacious protection against unwanted pregnancy.
Women, who have undergone sterilization process, manifests the same sexual desire and function as the hormone levels remain the same as earlier, and can enjoy more spontaneous and stress free sex life.
This mean of birth prevention has very less number of side effects. It is cost-effective in a long run and need no specific regular attention.
Moreover, tubal ligation can protect women, whose lives are at stake if they happen to conceive.
Tubal ligation is a surgical way and hence it is quite natural to bring some sort of risks associated with surgical intervention and anesthesia application. But unlike male sterilization, vasectomy, it is a bit more complex and risky process.
It manifests potential discomfort at the surgical site.
Tubal ligation is not meant for any kind of guard against sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) therefore leveraging the facility of a condom is always suggested.
Every woman should know and keep in mind that female sterilization is a life-long method of birth prevention, and therefore, it is quite imperative to be firm and well informed before deciding to go through the procedure. Although reversal is technically feasible, it is not always successful and in practice, and when performed only 60% to 80% of women gets back the potential of conceiving a baby. Hence, some women may regret for what they have done.
As with any surgery, tubal ligation has associated risks and side effects. Side effects are less but still possible may encompass infection and uterine rapture rarely.
Even though the method has very high successful rates in protection against pregnancy, if a woman is pregnant she has a greater risk to having ectopic pregnancy.
A woman is vulnerable to experience unusual bleeding and bladder infections post surgery.
Some physicians claim that women have post-tubal ligation syndrome, in which irregular and painful periods, bleeding in a mid-time, or no menstrual periods are often witnessed. Although some surgeons claim there is no evidence for establishing such syndrome, further research should be conducted to clear this suspicion.