Tubal Ligation usually refers to the term “getting one’s tubes tied/coupled” is an indication to a form of strong process in expression with sterilization , a process in which the fallopian tubes are sealed together for preventing the fertility of women(in case when women are eager to have more children at the same time are avid to protect their vaginal fecundities) , somehow in some cases of tubal ligation the productiveness of active hormones, libido and the proper functionality of the menstrual cycle seem to be terribly influenced after surgery. (more…)
Archive for June, 2009
While women in their 40s often experience menopause or perimenopause, it can also start in the 30s as well. Perimenopause is the process that starts when women begin producing less estrogen from their ovaries, and ends with menopause when they stop producing menstrual bleeding. The perimenopause experience before the age of 40 can sometimes be a result of some surgical interventions, such as tubal ligation.
Hot flashes, night sweats, increased anxiety, pain during intercourse, vaginal dryness, mood swings, breast tenderness, irregular periods etc are the symptoms of menopause. (more…)
Vaginal atrophy can affect women of all ages but it is more common that women between the ages of 40 to 59 will suffer from dryness, itching, and burning related to vaginal atrophy. In the top ten afflicting problems of menopausal women, this is often at the top of the list. It is not expected or predictable. Vaginal dryness is because of many reasons. In younger women, dryness can be caused by birth control pills, surgical treatments (like cystectomy or tubal ligation), emotional issues, and multiple other medical conditions. (more…)
Episiotomy is a surgical incision into the area between the vaginal area and anus. It may help speed delivery by letting the vagina open wide enough for childbirth. To facilitate the childbirth, doctors may place this small cut and this may prevent the vagina from tearing in an irregular line. Episiotomy requires stitches to close and heal the vagina. After episiotomy, it is important to clean the episiotomy area to prevent infection. (more…)
Heavy menstrual bleeding and clotting are common problems for many women. When women need to change three pads or tampons every hour, then they may be losing too much blood and they urgently need to be checked by their gynecologist. A complete pelvic exam and ultrasound will be performed. This may be the indication of some serious problem as well. It may be just a hormonal change that has occurred after a major surgery like a hysterectomy, or a minor surgery such as a cystectomy or tubal reversal. (more…)