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Fallopian Tube Removal Recovery Time, Side Effects, Pregnancy, Birth Control

   

Fallopian tube removal is a process named salpingectomy. It is defined as surgical removal of unilateral I.e. one sided or bilateral I.e. both sides fallopian tubes. Fallopian tubes are connected to ovaries and are responsible for carrying eggs to the uterus. Salpingectomy is an irreversible process. It is more efficient than tubal ligation. If a part of fallopian tube is removed, then it is known as partial salpingectomy.

Salpingectomy is recommended in various conditions which mainly involve:

  • An infection.
  • Ruptured fallopian tube.
  • In case of blockage of fallopian tubes.
  • Cancer in fallopian tubes.
  • And in case of ectopic pregnancy.


Fallopian Tube Removal Recovery Time


After removal of fallopian tubes, patient is sent to the recovery room. In this room she is observed keenly. Physicians wait for her to come back in her senses. After getting consciousness, patient may feel nausea because of anesthesia. Without any further complications, patient can recover completely within 3 to 6 weeks. This is the average time period which can be extended in case of any complication. If laparoscopy is performed then patient may take less time to recover completely. The average time period is 2 to 4 weeks. During recovery, patient is asked to avoid weight lifting.

Fallopian Tube Removal Recovery Time, Side Effects, Pregnancy, Birth Control

Fallopian Tube Removal Side Effects


The process of fallopian tube removal is counted as a safe process. There are very little complications associated with this process. Common possible side effects may involve infection, excessive blood loss, blood clotting, bleeding ( it may be internal bleeding or excessive bleeding may occur at the site of incision) and damage in nearby organs. Bowel obstruction in small area and scarring may occur in rare cases of process of fallopian tube removal. Damage occurs in blood circulation of nearby organs and as a result the organs may not function properly.

Fallopian Tube Removal Pregnancy


After Fallopian tube removal process, there are no chances of pregnancy at all. Because fallopian tubes are responsible for carrying eggs to the uterus, and when these tubes are removed there will be no other source of carrying egg to uterus. So as a result there will be no pregnancy. Some people prefer removal of fallopian tubes as a birth control process. In case of partial salpingectomy, there are chances of pregnancy but very rare. Women who have undergone the process of fallopian tube removal, can enjoy their private life without any chances of pregnancy.

Fallopian Tube Removal Birth Control


Removal of fallopian tubes is considered a tool of birth control. It is a permanent birth control process. By removing fallopian tubes, birth process can be controlled easily. As we discussed earlier about pregnancy. Fallopian tubes are responsible for carrying eggs to the uterus. If these tubes are removed, then there will be no transfer of egg and no fertilization. Because the process of fertilization takes place in uterus. When there is no fertilization, there will be no pregnancy and as a result birth process can be controlled with happy sex life. Partners can enjoy their private life without any chances of pregnancy.

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