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Tubectomy: What Is Tubectomy, Process & Risk Involved In Tubectomy, Post Surgery Complications, Expert Speaks, Watch Video

Tubectomy procedure, also called tubal sterilisation, is a permanent method of contraception for women. It involves surgically blocking the fallopian tubes so that the egg the ovary releases cannot reach the uterus. Tubes are attached to either side of the uterus. As part of the procedure, the tubes are sliced open, tied, or clipped at a particular point. It is a permanent method of birth control and sterilisation.

Published by Sakshi Pandey |Updated : August 31, 2022 7:01 AM IST

Tubectomy: Tubectomy procedure, also called tubal sterilisation, is a permanent method of contraception for women. It involves surgically blocking the fallopian tubes so that the egg the ovary releases cannot reach the uterus. Tubes are attached to either side of the uterus. As part of the procedure, the tubes are sliced open, tied, or clipped at a particular point. It is a permanent method of birth control and sterilisation. Watch Video.

Process Of Tubectomy: The procedure starts by giving anesthesia to the patient and then one or two small cuts (incisions) are made on the patient's abdomen near the navel. Then a device that is similar to a telescope but small in size is fixed with a flexible tube is inserted into the abdomen through the cut.

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