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  Tubal ligation and tubal implants
Tubal ligation and tubal implants are considered to be permanent methods of birth control for women.
Tubal ligation and tubal implants are not 100% effective at preventing pregnancy.
Tubal ligation and tubal implants are permanent methods of birth control and allow you to be sexually active without worrying about becoming pregnant.
www.webmd.com /sex/Birth-Control/Tubal-ligation-and-tubal-implants   (2132 words)

  
  Tubal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tubals (Tabals, Tibarenoi in Greek) were Luwian tribes of Asia Minor of the 3rd-1st millennias BC.
We are told that the sons of Japheth were Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras.
The main sources for the history of Tubal are also Assyrian texts of the 9th-7th centuries BC, the Cappadocian tablets, and the hieroglyphic-Luwian inscriptions of the 9th-8th centuries BC.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tubal   (473 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation | aHealthyAdvantage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tubal ligation is a permanent form of contraception in which a woman's Fallopian tubes are surgically cut, cauterized, tied, or blocked to prevent pregnancy.
Tubal ligation is a permanent voluntary form of birth control (contraception) in which a woman's Fallopian tubes are surgically cut or blocked off to prevent pregnancy.
Tubal ligation is one of the leading methods of contraception, having been chosen by over 10 million women in the United States--about 15% of women of reproductive age.
www.ahealthyadvantage.com /topic/topic100587610   (1308 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation Reversal by Dr. Berger
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is dedicated exclusively to performing tubal reversal surgery.
Although tubal reversal is not right for everyone, Dr. Berger can successfully repair the fallopian tubes in 98% of women who have had a tubal ligation, regardless of the type of sterilization procedure.
Tubal reversal performed by Dr. Berger is simpler, less expensive, and has higher pregnancy and birth rates than IVF.
www.tubal-reversal.net   (278 words)

  
 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Tubal ligation
Tubal ligation is the surgical procedure commonly known as "tying the tubes".
Tubal ligation permanently sterilizes a woman by preventing transport of the egg (ovum) to the uterus, and by blocking the passage of sperm up the tube to the ovulating ovary where fertilization normally occurs.
Tubal ligation is done in the hospital or outpatient surgical clinic while the patient is under anesthesia.
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/002913.htm   (581 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation - Female Sterilization   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
During tubal ligation or as it is also frequently called tubal sterilization, the tubes are burned or cut, hence blocked, so that her egg and her partner's sperm cannot meet and therefore pregnancy cannot occur.
Tubal ligation is a permanent procedure, it is very difficult to reverse this operation if you change your mind and want to become pregnant at a later time.
If your tubal ligation is paid for with federal funds, or if you live in some states and cities, there is a waiting period between the time you sign the consent form and the time the tubal ligation is done.
well-net.com /womenshealth/contraception/tuballigation-1.html   (3835 words)

  
 REVERSE TUBAL LIGATION
Tubal ligation is an operation that cuts and blocks a woman's fallopian tubes.
The fallopian tubes are the tubes that carry the eggs from the ovaries to the uterus.
The choice between a tubal reversal, or in vitro fertilization, depends on the woman's age, method of tubal ligation, finances, and the patients desires.
www.dmc.org /health_info/topics/fami3514.html   (445 words)

  
 Tubal ligation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that involves cutting and sealing each of your fallopian tubes.
It may be possible to reverse a tubal ligation, but the reversal procedure is complicated and carries a greater risk of failure than does the original procedure.
Tubal ligation is a highly effective means of preventing unwanted pregnancy for the remainder of your reproductive years.
www.cnn.com /HEALTH/library/WO/00047.html   (1455 words)

  
 Tubal Reversal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tubal anastomosis or tubal reversal, a surgical method used to reverse tubal ligation (an operation to prevent pregnancy by the surgical tying, or burning of the fallopian tubes to prevent passage of eggs from the ovaries to the womb) may be an option for women, who for various reasons, wish to re-establish their fertility.
Tubal anastomosis is a two to three hour operation performed under general anesthesia (being put to sleep).
After tubal reversal, the risk of ectopic pregnancy (tubal pregnancy) increases from 1 in 100, to 5 in 100 pregnancies.
www.clevelandclinic.org /surgery/news/tubal.htm   (608 words)

  
 Tubal ligation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tubal ligation should be regarded as a permanent method of contraception.
Tubal ligation may be performed as part of another operation on the abdomen.
Tubal ligation is considered permanent, and should not be performed in women who may wish to have more children.
www.disability.vic.gov.au /dsonline/dsarticles.nsf/pages/Tubal_ligation?OpenDocument   (998 words)

  
 Tubal ligation and tubal implants
Tubal ligation and tubal implants are considered to be permanent methods of birth control for women.
Tubal ligations are usually done by a gynecologist.
Tubal ligation and tubal implants are permanent methods of birth control and allow you to be sexually active without worrying about becoming pregnant.
webmd.com /hw/healthy_women/hw7305.asp?lastselectedguid={5FE84E90-BC...   (2032 words)

  
 Pregnancy Weekly - Helpful and trusted information about Pregnancy
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that is almost always a permanent form of birth control.
Tubal ligation is common among women who have already had children or those whose health would be at risk if another pregnancy occurs.
In a tubal ligation, the fallopian tubes are cut (ligated) so that eggs cannot travel to the uterus to be fertilized.
www.pregnancyweekly.com /topics/tubal_ligation.htm   (915 words)

  
 Permanent Birth Control: Tubal Ligation
A tubal ligation is a surgical procedure whereby a woman’s fallopian tubes are cut, clamped, blocked or tied to prevent her eggs from traveling down to her uterus.
While a tubal ligation is generally regarded as a permanent type of birth control, tubal ligation reversal surgery is available.
Although tubal ligation reversal surgery is available, all women should consider having their tubes tied as a permanent solution.
www.epigee.org /guide/sterile.html   (626 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation Methods and Tubal Reversal
Tubal ring ligation is similar to the Pomeroy technique; the main difference is that an elastic ring is used to bind the loop in the fallopian tube.
Tubal ligation with clips is similar to using rings, except only the tissue compressed by the clips is damaged.
Tubal coagulation is primarily used for laparoscopic tubal ligation procedures.
www.tubalreversalusa.com /html/tubal_ligation.html   (780 words)

  
 Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. - All About Tubal Sterilization   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tubal sterilization is intended to be a permanent method of birth control.
Tubal sterilization closes off the fallopian tubes, where an egg is fertilized by a sperm.
Deaths resulting from tubal sterilization are extremely rare and are usually caused by a reaction to general anesthesia.
www.plannedparenthood.org /bc/allabouttubal.htm   (2647 words)

  
 Tubal ligation
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure designed to make a woman sterile by cutting, tying, clipping, cauterizing or blocking the fallopian tubes so sperm can't reach an egg and fertilize it.
Tubal ligation used to be known as "getting your tubes tied" and it meant major abdominal surgery.
Also, having a tubal ligation might increase your risk of developing ovarian cysts, according to a study by researchers at the University of Washington (published in the August, 2003 issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology).
www.babycenter.com /refcap/1282183.html   (1166 words)

  
 eMedicine - Tubal Sterilization : Article by Avi J Sklar, MD, FACOG, FACS, FRCSC
Tubal sterilization is indicated for women who want a permanent method of contraception and are free of any gynecologic pathology that would otherwise dictate an alternate procedure.
The serosal peritoneum is grasped on both sides of the tubal incision with hemostats, and a third hemostat is used to bluntly dissect and reflect the serosa and the surrounding areolar tissue from the tubal muscularis.
With the tubal muscularis exposed, a relatively long (5-cm) segment of tubal muscularis is ligated proximally and distally with 0 or 00 plain catgut suture and resected.
www.emedicine.com /med/topic3313.htm   (6635 words)

  
 Tubal Factor Infertility Tests and Treatment
Tubal factor infertility is usually caused by either pelvic infection, such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or pelvic endometriosis.
Tubal catheterization utilizing a special scope can also be done to assess the status of the mucosal lining of the inside of the tubes.
The pros and cons of tubal reversal surgery versus IVF for women who have had their tubes tied, clipped, or burned (previous tubal ligation) are discussed on the tubal reversal versus IVF page.
www.advancedfertility.com /tubal.htm   (999 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation
The idea behind tubal ligation (or TL as it is commonly called) is that the fallopian tubes become obstructed so that sperm cannot reach the egg and fertilize it.
Tubal ligation, regardless of whether the tubes are cut, burned, clipped, banded, or tied, is about 99 percent effective, meaning that about 1 percent of women will conceive an unplanned pregnancy after tubal ligation.
Three things must be considered when weighing the different methods of tubal ligation: whether the procedure is done immediately after a pregnancy or in the interim, how the surgeon reaches the tubes, and how the tubes become obstructed.
www.drspock.com /article/0,1510,5482,00.html   (1060 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation - Female Sterilization - from the Birth Control Comparison website of Cedar River Clinics
Tubal ligation, commonly knows as “getting your tubes tied,” is a surgical sterilization technique for women.
A tubal ligation is a relatively simple out-patient surgery done in a clinic, doctor's office, or hospital.
Tubal ligation is considered a permanent method of birth control.
www.fwhc.org /birth-control/tubalig.htm   (772 words)

  
 Tubal pregnancy definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular medical terms
Tubal pregnancy: A pregnancy that is not in the usual place within the uterus but is located in the Fallopian tube.
Tubal pregnancies are due to the inability of the fertilized egg to make its way through the Fallopian tube into the uterus.
Tubal pregnancies are the most common type of extrauterine or ectopic pregnancy, accounting for the large majority (95%) of all extrauterine pregnancies.
www.medterms.com /script/main/art.asp?articlekey=8601   (629 words)

  
 Health Library -
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure in which a woman's fallopian tubes are blocked, cut, or sealed to prevent her eggs from traveling from the ovaries into the fallopian tubes, where they could be fertilized by a sperm.
Tubal ligation is a highly effective form of birth control that is almost always permanent.
Women who have had a tubal ligation reversed have a higher-than-average risk of a fertilized egg implanting in the fallopian tube rather than in the uterus (ectopic pregnancy).
yourhealth.healtheast.org /library/healthguide/en-us/support/topic.asp?hwid=hw202539   (427 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation Reversals - Midwest Fertility Center
A reversal of tubal ligation or microsurgical re-anastomosis is a procedure in which a woman's fallopian tubes are surgically repaired in order for pregnancy to occur.
A small incision for the insertion of the telescope is done under the umbilicus, and a smaller incision under the bikini line.
While pregnancy depends on various factors such as ovulation, sperm, and tubal length after the repair, depending on the kind of tubal-ligation, most of our patients will have open tubes after the procedures.
www.tubal-reversal.us   (284 words)

  
 FullSearch.co.uk - TUBAL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The use of Gertie Marx Spinal Needle for Tubal Ligation in Postpartum Patients Authors: Jackson JLperformed, in 182 consecutive patients who underwent postpartum tubal ligation procedure.
Tubal Recannulization and Selective Salpingography Byadhesions, spasm of the opening from the uterus to the tube (tubal osteum) or dryed up dead cells and mucus.
Marijuana May Raise Risk of Tubal Pregnancy Mouse study foundMarijuana may increase the risk of tubal pregnancies, according to a study on micemarijuana can affect the CB1 receptor and cause tubal pregnancies in humans.
www.fullsearch.co.uk /search-TUBAL   (307 words)

  
 Tubal Reversal Doctors, tubal ligation reversal on IHR.com
Tubal reversal is the microsurgical procedure used for the reversal of tubal sterilization.
Other terms for tubal reversal are tubal ligation reversal, Microsurgical Tubal Reanastomosis, Microsurgical Tubal Repair, or MTR.
Performing microsurgical tubal reversals since 1976, using state-of-the-art techniques in a new outpatient hospital.
www.ihr.com /infertility/provider/tubal_reversal.html   (3179 words)

  
 Tubal Ligation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Laparoscopic tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that is meant to permanently prevent a woman from becoming pregnant.
If you have your tubal ligation at the Planned Parenthood clinic, you will be given local anesthesia and IV sedation to help you relax, but you will not be asleep.
The procedure is performed by a female Board-certified gynecologist experienced in laparoscopic tubal ligation procedures.
www.pplm.org /clinic/services/birth_c/tub_lig.html   (351 words)

  
 Tubal Reversal Microsurgery Techniques: Loupes vs Microscope
Check the testimonials of patients who have had their tubal reversal performed by Dr. Berger to see what they have to say about this issue.
Using a stent ensures that the tubal lumen is completely open from the uterus to the fimbrial end of the tube.
Studies comparing the outcome of tubal reversals using a stent vs not using a stent indicate that the pregnancy rate is higher when a stent is used.
www.tubal-reversal.net /tubal_reversal_talking_points.htm   (713 words)

  
 The CPTwomens "Campaign to Inform"
FACT: Post tubal syndrome (PTS) is known and understood by the medical community, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and their 40,000+ obgyn members, but as a policy of ACOG standards, this information is withheld from women.
Tubal ligations are known by the ACOG and their members to cause hormonal imbalances and other side effects.
The ACOG and their members know that when tubal ligation surgeries are performed that many of the women will be returning for second and third surgeries such as DandC's and hysterectomies because of side effects from the TL, yet women are not informed of this risk at the time of consent.
www.tubal.org /campaginStart.htm   (2316 words)

  
 Tubal Reversal Site Map
Tubal reversal - tubal ligation reversal by Dr. Berger.
Ovulation - At ovulation an egg is released from one of the ovaries
Tubal Reversal by Tubal Anastomosis or Tubal Implantation
www.tubal-reversal.net /tubal_reversal_site_map.htm   (778 words)

  
 Tubal Reversal News and RSS
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center provides news feeds that are updated daily regarding the newest information and message board topics about surgery to reverse tubal ligation.
Tubal Reversal News - The 30 most recent news articles about tubal reversal surgery.
Tubal Reversal News Archives - All previous news articles about tubal reversal are included here.
news.tubal-reversal.net   (462 words)

  
 Tubal.org -The Coalition for Post Tubal Ligation Women (CPTwomen)
FACT: Tubal ligation is the #1 method of birth control used by women over the age of 30 in the United States.
We believe that tubal ligations should be made a choice to women as a form of birth control but with FULL informed consent.
If your physician did not properly inform you before your tubal ligation, if your current doctor is not offering you help or treatment, or if any doctor or medical professional in any field of practice has ever acted unethically or inappropriately, your state board needs to be notified.
www.tubal.org /Main.htm   (848 words)

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