Around the world, about 220 million women are currently relying on permanent contraception via surgical tubal ligation to avoid pregnancy.
Surgical tubal ligation is an abdominal surgery requiring hospitalisation and anesthesia. It’s usually carried out via laparoscopy; instruments are passed through the abdominal wall and the fallopian tubes are cut, clipped, tied, removed, or disrupted with energy. It’s generally safe and effective and often offered as a day-case, so normally, a woman can expect to go home on the same day. However, she will have undergone surgery, and it will be several days before she can resume normal activities.
Laproscopic Tubular Ligation
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