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Can Tubal Ligation Cause Menopause? What do Doctors Say?
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|.||"Premature menopause may be an occasional
complication of a sterilization procedure." Frederick R. Jelovsek MD
"Some studies have indicated there may be a problem, others have indicated there is no problem, so it still is a very controversial within the field of gynocology. I think there's enough women with problems for doctors to discuss hormonal issues with their patients. I advise against cauterizing or burning tubes shut. I will typically recommend that they undergo the procedures which are the least destructive procedures to the fallopian tubes (ring or clip) because then at least we are doing our part as surgeons to minimize blood vessel destruction." Dr. Mary Wood-Molo
"(I) prefer using the rings. If for some reason, the person decides they want to reverse this, there seems to be less tissue damage than you see with the cautery or burning of the tubes. The chance of such damage affecting a woman's hormones is extremely rare, but some patients and doctors feel it happens more often than that." Dr. E
"...closing the fallopian tube also inadvertently damages or destroys blood vessels to the ovaries. That can kill the ovaries, producing the post-menopausal symptoms of a women who's undergone a hysterectomy." Dr. Hufnagel, MD
The "Ru25 Plus" FSH Menopause Test is recommended by the CPTwomen for all women experiencing fatigue, hot flashes, irregular cycles, and loss of sex drive and want to determine if it could be due to loss of ovarian function or menopause.
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|NOTE: Diagnoses of health/medical conditions are not made at this web site, by Tubal.org, www.HormoneCheck.com, or by any of its associates. This site and offered FSH testing is for informational and educational purposes only. No treatment is provided. A positive qualitative test for elevated levels of FSH does not, under any circumstance, confirm or deny a diagnosis of menopause. Further tests and consultation with a health care professional are required. The RU25 Plus FSH Menopause Test is not a treatment or a cure for any condition or disease. Taking, the "pill" (oral contraceptives) may cause a false negative reading with this test. Results of this test are not to be used to determine fertility or lack of fertility. Decisions about contraception should not be made on the results of this test. Read all directions. Direct questions concerning this test, menopause, and treatment for menopausal symptoms to a health care professional.|