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#1 Aquarius~

Posted 05 March 2009 - 04:05 PM

Had you had it done?

How was the recovery after?

How's life after having your Tubes Tide any problems?

Im 90% sure I will be having my tubes tide during my csection but Im after any advice from women who have had it done.

#2 ashayden

Posted 05 March 2009 - 04:09 PM

I'll be very interested in seeing the replies as I am having my tubes tied during my c/s in 8 weeks.

#3 ~jod~

Posted 05 March 2009 - 09:09 PM

I'm interested too - thinking about having it done at the same time as c/s when this one arrives in August.

#4 Amber7

Posted 05 March 2009 - 09:20 PM

I personally havent had it done but 6 years ago SIL did. From memory she was a little sick afterwards, but nothing majour.
I dont know what the % of it being sucessful is & this probaly isnt the best thing to say but 2 months later she fell pg again  unsure.gif
She now has a 6yr old & a 5yr old laughing2.gif
After the next and final bubs she had her tubes removed.
Silver lining was that she had 3 girls and her last and unplanned was a boy wub.gif

#5 ~Tera~

Posted 05 March 2009 - 09:20 PM

I had my tubes down when I had my c/s in December. To be honest the recovery from the c/s was better than the tubes. For about 2 weeks afterwards I had pain in the spots where they clamped but as my tubes went down the pain subsided. No problems to report as yet but DS is only 9 weeks old.

I say do it while your open saves going back again later.

#6 Sarbella

Posted 06 March 2009 - 10:04 AM

i had mine done in december when the twins were born... i found my recovery to be heaps better than with my daughter. its been 10 weeks and im completely back to normal... altho at the beginning was rough, i became severely enemic. i was so close to a blood transfusion its not funny but that had nothing to do with my tubes... the op does take a little bit longer tho, so your laying there staring at the ceiling twiddling your thumbs\\good luck

#7 His Boy Elroy

Posted 06 March 2009 - 10:12 AM

My OB refused to do the tube tying when I had the ceasar............thank god really, because I am tempted to try for #3...... biggrin.gif

#8 Aquarius~

Posted 08 March 2009 - 01:12 PM

QUOTE
I dont know what the % of it being sucessful is & this probaly isnt the best thing to say but 2 months later she fell pg again

Oh know thats not good. I Just told DH that he will be getting a vasectomy as well as me getting my tubes tided.

#9 ~*~Tracey~*~

Posted 09 March 2009 - 11:20 AM

I am considering the same thing.  My OB said she will do it but won't use the clamps but will cut and tie because with the clamps there is a chance that you will become pregnant again.

She said the reason was because your tubes are swollen and when they go down after the c/s then the clamps aren't as tight as what they should be.

I still don't know if I will do it at my c/s or if I will go back in about 12 months time and do it.  If I do it in 12 months then it is keyhole surgery (I think), we will see.

#10 metime

Posted 09 March 2009 - 05:14 PM

I had mine done 6 days ago when I had my c/s, took only a few minutes extra and it hasn't affected recovery at all.




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