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I figured I would start looking into this. I definitely don't want any more (biological) kids and will be getting a scheduled c section with the baby Im pregnant with...... anyone with experience getting this done?
Terra - proud mama, lucky wife, and a happy treehugger!
DS - Chase (June 2005), DD - RoseLynn (June 2012), DH - Frederic (married October 2010) Ophelia due September 2014, born 36.5 weeks on 8/17 at 5 lbs 10 oz
I had my tubes tied after my second c-section and the procedure is very simple. My doctor cauterized the ends of my Fallopian tubes which took about 10 minutes. It was a quick procedure and there were no side effects. I also had no problems with recovery or additional pain.
Hope that answers your question
I just discussed this with my doc the other day and the procedure sounds quite fast and easy. Very common, he said. I only know 1 woman personally who has had it done (after her 2nd C-section) and she said it went great and that she could not even tell a difference while healing. I was glad to hear that because I was worried about it prolonging the healing process, but apparently it doesn't.