Close Reproduction After Childbirth?
Dear Doctor, r n r nI am a mother of a child and I am currently 37 years old. I am pregnant with my second child. My plan after giving birth, I immediately closed my reproduction. Are there any side effects so that there is no enjoyment of husband and wife during sex? I got ifo from the experiences of other mothers. R n r nPlease for the info. R n r nThank you.
Hello Mrs. Helen! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Close reproductive or steady contraception in women is done by cutting or tying the tube that connects the ovaries to the uterus (tubectomy). With this termination or binding, the egg cannot travel to the uterus and cannot meet the sperm for fertilization to occur. This action does not affect the menstrual cycle and does not affect the husband and wife relationship because the ovaries are not removed. The female hormones produced by the ovaries keep acting on people who have had this procedure. Husband and wife relationships may be disrupted when a woman begins to experience the menopause process. Tubectomy will not speed up menopause for you.
Although the odds are very slim, there is still a chance that this procedure will fail to prevent pregnancy. Only less than 1 in 100 women who undergo this procedure experience pregnancy. The binding of the tube between the ovaries and the uterus can be removed, but it does not always work to make the woman fertile again. Discuss this procedure again with your obstetrician so that you will be more confident and calm in doing it. Your doctor can explain in more detail about the plan of action to be carried out on you.
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