Pros and cons of getting your tubes tied?

Can any women give their experiences, good or bad, with having their tubes tied? We are done having babies and both my mom and Aunt have theirs done, but that’s about all I know who has it. I would love to hear other womens experiences with it. Thanks!

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I’m curious too. I’m getting my tubes removed August 3.

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Vasectomy is quicker, easier, safer…

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I got the clamps (over the tubal) a couple years ago…best decision ever. I was only down for 3 days. There were only two tiny incisions, one through my belly button, that you don’t even notice scaring from.

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I have had my tube tide 4 years ago. Am ok expect sometime I have 2 periods and month and last year I got pregnant and lost the baby.

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Several of my friends have said their periods are heavier and more painful now

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Pros i never have to have another baby. Cons i gained a shit ton of weight. :rofl: period is heavier as well

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Getting my man to do a vasectomy…meanwhile I do surrogacy a few times to help.people and get us a nice house. :blush:

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Periods are heavier but the procedure was easy and mostly pain free

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I had my tubes cut tied and burned and nothing seems to be out of the normal for me period wise just other than not always being a exact schedule

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I have clamps, very quick recovery time.

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Everyone i know that had theirs tied regretted it. My mom has extremely heavy periods, my aunt bled for a month solid and they did an ablation on her. One friend of mine had cysts and it got to the point where she had to have a hysterectomy and the same with my other friend. I wanted mine done but because i have cysts, they wont do it because it will make it worse.

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I’ve had mine done. Honestly it wasn’t horrible. However if you get them done ask if they are using clamps I have a tubal pregnancy about 10 months after I got mine done because they clamped them.

Do your research on PTLS. It’s real and makes you utterly miserable

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Have them removed. I had mine"tied" and had baby number 3 because they grew back together. Later had them removed. Had no problems. Went back to work three days later.

Love it easy peasy no regrets :v:

I had my tubes removed 2 weeks ago as well they did full ablation. That will stop the heavy periods and only have one here and there if any at all, is what my dr said it would do. I have endometriosis and had really bad periods before getting pregnant, then had in the mirena for a total of 10 years(2 different ones). I dont want to take the chance of having really bad periods so did full ablation. Hth.

I had it done with last baby, told them to tie them, burn them, and braid then

Had my tied 5 years ago, fast recovery and no problems with surgery or after.

Simple, easy procedure mostly done laparoscopically…I had mine done 3 years ago at age 38 because I wanted a permanent birth control. I have 2 clamps on each tube. I woke up with moderate discomfort due to cramping. After giving me fentanyl for pain with 0 effect, they gave me buscopan for cramps, much more effective. The next few days was a bit sore, only required Tylenol and Advil. Hope this helps!