Tubal Ligation—Laparoscopic Surgery:
What is it?

Tubal Ligation—Laparoscopic Surgery:
How is it Used?


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Tubal Ligation—Laparoscopic Surgery Side Effects and Warnings

Side Effects and Warnings

#Possible Complications

Complications are rare, but no procedure is completely free of risk. If you are planning to have tubal ligation, your doctor will review a list of possible complications, which may include:

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Anesthesia-related problems
  • Damage to other organs
  • Pregnancy—If pregnancy occurs, there is an increased risk that the egg will implant outside of the womb.

Some factors that may increase the risk of complications include:

  • Obesity
  • Previous abdominal surgery

Be sure to discuss these risks with your doctor before the procedure.

#Call Your Doctor

After arriving home, contact your doctor if any of the following occurs:

  • Signs of infection, including fever and chills
  • Redness, swelling, increasing pain, excessive bleeding, or discharge from the incision sites
  • Severe and continuous abdominal pain
  • Cough , shortness of breath, chest pain, or severe nausea or vomiting
  • Fainting or dizziness
  • Pain and or swelling in one or both legs
  • Nausea and vomiting lasting more than a day
  • Heavy vaginal bleeding after the first day
  • Missed menstrual period

In case of an emergency, CALL 911.

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