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by Cheryl (no login)


Many things are a possibility post-tubal ligation. Weight gain, premature onset of peri-menopause and menopause, fibroids, cysts, endometriosis, adenomyosis, loss of sex-drive, migraines, mood swings, terrible PMS, many things. When dr's do what they do to our tubes in a tubal(clamp,cut and tie, cut,tie and burn), the blood flow to the uterus is compromised or even destroyed. That brings on hormonal imbalances that can cause various symptoms. This does NOT happen to ALL women, but the chance is there. This is called PTS-Post-Tubal Ligation Syndrome. It is not accepted by the medical community, therefore they say it doesn't exist. I am NOT a medical person. Just a housewife/bartender. I have learned about PTS on the internet from researching and by meeting other women like me. Hope this helps!! Cheryl :o)

Posted on Dec 8, 1998, 11:16 AM
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