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However, with 600,000 hysterectomies and 700,000 tubal sterilizations being performed annually in the United States, prophylactic salpingectomy has been advocated as an attractive opportunity to potentially reduce ovarian cancer risk.
Ludermir AB and da Costa AM, Changes in family structure and regret following tubal sterilization, Cadernos de &nide Pubfica, 2005, 21(6):1768-]777.
For example, women who obtain a tubal sterilization tend to be less educated and less well-off than those who do not, and the proportion of sterilized women who are black is larger than the proportion who are white.
Perceived alterations in women's menstural flow, length, or pain following tubal sterilization (referred to as poststerilization syndrome) have been debated and studied, but research carried out in the United States has shown no strong evidence for the existence of such a syndrome.
After the turn of the century, however, eugenics was a dominant reason for tubal sterilization, particularly involuntary sterilization.
The appropriate application of the prophylactic salpingectomy should be as described--at the time of benign hysterectomies, tubal sterilizations, and can be performed at the time of surgeries for other benign conditions (endometriosis, pelvic masses, diagnostic laparoscopies).
In this article, we investigate whether a specific child characteristic--the presence of disability--influences mothers' decisions to undergo tubal sterilization.
entitled, "Concomitant Essure Tubal Sterilization and Gynecare Thermachoice Endometrial Ablation: Feasibility and Safety.
Surgery has an important role in the management of a patient's regret following tubal sterilization.
12, 2010 - 9:00 AM (Open Communications 25 - Hysteroscopy II): "Concomitant NovaSure Endometrial Ablation and Essure Tubal Sterilization - Review of 100 Cases"
Women whose relationship was marked by substantial conflict before they underwent tubal sterilization had an elevated likelihood of regretting the decision; conflict also played a role in women's request that either their own or their husbands' sterilization be reversed.
Many physicians encourage women to consider permanent birth control, such as laparoscopic tubal sterilization, at the time of endometrial ablation if the possibility of future pregnancies exists.