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Tubectomy In India

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Tubectomy in India

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tubectomy?

Tubectomy is also called as Tubal Ligation or Female Sterilization. It is a surgical process of blocking or removing the fallopian tubes permanently. This helps in preventing the sperm to fertilize with egg. It is a permanent birth control method performed on a female partner. There are several types of Tubectomy and they are:-

  1. Laparoscopic Tubectomy
  2. Minilaparoscopic Tubectomy
  3. Caesarean Tubectomy
  4. Bipolar Coagulation
  5. Open Tubal Ligation [Laparotomy]
  6. Fimbriectomy
  7. Monopolar Coagulation
  8. Tubal clip
  9. Tubal ring

What are the advantages of Tubectomy?

  1. Permanently prevents pregnancy
  2. May also decrease the risk of ovarian cancer
  3. Does not affect hormone levels
  4. Does not affect the sex drive

What are the indications of Tubectomy?

  1. To prevent pregnancy
  2. Fallopian tube infections

What is the preparation for Tubectomy?

  1. One should discuss present and past medical and medication history with the doctor.
  2. To check the health condition of the patient, some pathology tests and physical examination may be done by the doctor.
  3. Discuss with the doctor about all the risks, complications, and benefits associated with Tubectomy.
  4. The patient should sign a consent form before undergoing the surgery.

What is the postsurgery care/recovery care for Tubectomy?

  1. If there is a pain at the site of incision, consult the physician, and use prescribed pain killers.
  2. Consult the physician immediately, if bleeding is seen at the site of operation.
  3. Avoid sexual intercourse for at least a week.
  4. Make follow-up visits to the doctor to check the effectiveness of the Tubectomy.

Who can perform Tubectomy [Right specialist type for Tubectomy]?

Tubectomy can be performed by a certified and skilled Urologist as well as Gynecologist.

What is the cost of Tubectomy?

Cost of Tubectomy depends on factors such as:

  1. Admission fee
  2. Surgeon fee
  3. Age of the patient
  4. The medical condition of the patient
  5. Type of surgery planned to be performed
  6. Post-surgical complications that are involved
  7. Type of hospital
  8. The admission room that you opted for
  9. Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc.

The minimum cost for Tubectomy in India starts from Rs.21,850

An average cost for Tubectomy in India is approximately Rs.39,121

The maximum cost for Tubectomy in India can rise up to Rs.75,900

Is Tubectomy a major surgery or minor surgery?

Tubectomy is major surgery as it either permanently removes or blocks the fallopian tubes.

What is the eligibility criteria for Tubectomy?

People who can undergo Tubectomy are:

  1. Women with a fallopian tube infection that is not responding to drug treatment.
  2. People who don't want children.

What is the ineligibility criteria for Tubectomy?

People who cannot undergo Tubectomy are:

  1. Individuals suffering from vaginal diseases.
  2. Women are deciding to get pregnant.

What are the risks and complications associated with Tubectomy?

Risks and complications associated with Tubectomy are:

  1. Damage to the bowel
  2. Bladder damage
  3. Reaction to anesthesia
  4. Improper wound healing
  5. Infection
  6. Continued pelvic or abdominal pain
  7. Chances of getting pregnant
  8. Uterine perforation or cervical laceration
  9. Damage to adjacent organs
  10. Ectopic pregnancy [an egg that becomes fertilized outside the uterus]

How long does it take to complete Tubectomy?

Tubectomy may take almost 30 minutes to complete and sometimes it may take more than the usual time depending on the condition of the patient.

What is the recovery time?

Individuals who undergo Tubectomy may take 1-3 weeks to recover completely.

What is the success rate of Tubectomy?

The success rate of Tubectomy depends on the following factors:

  1. Age of the patient
  2. The medical condition of the patient
  3. Type of surgery performed

However, the success rate of Tubectomy maybe around 70% - 80%

Is Tubectomy painful?

The patient won't experience any pain during the surgery due to the effect of anesthesia.

Is Tubectomy permanent?

Tubectomy is a permanent surgery as it permanently blocks or removes the fallopian tubes.

What are the long-term results of Tubectomy?

  1. Less chance for getting pregnant
  2. Decreases the chances for vaginal and ovarian cancer

What are the options if Tubectomy fails?

If Tubectomy fails, then the doctor may recommend revision surgery.

What are the alternatives for Tubectomy?

Some of the alternatives for Tubectomy are:

  1. Vasectomy [For male partner]
  2. Usage of both male and female condoms
  3. IUD [Intra Uterine Devices]