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Post-operative Care

Post-operative care involves the precautions that needs to be followed by the patient after the surgery


The follow-up visit for open or laparoscopic approaches is 1-2 weeks postoperatively.

Notify the health care provider if you develop fever (38°C or 100.4°F), increasing or persistent abdominal pain, or bleeding or purulent discharge from the incision.

Medications should be taken as per the doctor’s prescription.

Ensure to complete the whole course of the antibiotic.

Refrain from sexual intercourse for about a week after surgery or as advised by your doctor.

If you have delayed periods, vaginal bleeding/spotting, and severe abdominal pain, consult the doctor immediately, as it could be an ectopic pregnancy.

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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 

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