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Conclusion

Tubal sterilization is intended to be a permanent method of birth control. This single procedure can provide highly effective protection against pregnancy for the remainder of a woman’s reproductive years. Temporary methods have an increased chance of failure and some may have bothersome side effects.

Sterilization is legal for mentally competent, adult women only if it is voluntary. Tubal ligation is considered a permanent form of birth control. It is NOT recommended as a temporary or reversible procedure.

Researchers continue to explore the possibility of using various substances that can be introduced through the cervix to occlude the tubal lumen through sclerosis or mechanical occlusion. Quinacrine, which is an antimalarial drug, has been used and introduced into the fallopian tube for sterilization. This process is still under study.

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benitha 

Is there any chance for pregnant after tubectomy done. Plz give ur valuble suggestions.

lijo46 

What is the fate of secondary oocyte after tubectomy. How it is expelled from fallopian tube after the formation of corpus albicans .

sat_10 

Is there any chance for pregnant after tubectomy done.plz give ur valuble suggesations.

npah.ata 

is there any chance to become pregnant after tubectomy done.

ksk21 

hi,
is there any chance of becoming pregnant after tubectomy Tubal Sterilization i knew that it is a permanent method of contraception. if there is any chance pls help me with it i will be very thankful for ur guidance. my email id

thnks

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