a sterilization procedure in which the uterine (Fallopian) tubes are tied and cut
Surgical sterilization of a woman by obstructing the fallopian tubes using cautery and removal of a segment of each tube, or "tying" the tube.
Surgery to close the uterine tubes to prevent pregnancy
A sterilisation operation in a woman involving interruption of the fallopian tubes.
The tying and cutting of a woman's fallopian tubes to prevent the egg from becoming fertilized during sexual intercourse; sterilization
a sterilization procedure with women; both Fallopian tubes are tied in two places and the tubes removed in between the ligations
a minor operation that blocks a woman's fallopian tubes (the tubes that carry the egg to the uterus)
a simple operation to block off the fallopian tubes that lead from the ovaries to the womb and thereby prevent a woman from getting pregnant
a simple surgical procedure in which the fallopian tubes are cut, clamped or tied
a surgical operation performed to make a woman sexually
a surgical procedure done to prevent you from getting pregnant
a surgical procedure in the course of which fallopian tubes are tied off to prevent future conception
a surgical procedure in which the fallopian tubes are cut, tied, or burned to prevent the sperm and the egg from meeting
a surgical procedure to interrupt the fallopian tube
a surgical sterilization technique for women in which the fallopian tubes are closed or tied
This is a permanent sterilisation procedure whereby a surgeon ties off a woman's Fallopian tubes in order to prevent conception.
Permanent female sterilization by means of cutting, tying, burning, or clipping the fallopian tubes
A surgical procedure that involves ligation (closure) of the fallopian tubes to prevent an unfertilized egg from reaching the uterus.
A surgical procedure where the fallopian tubes are clamped, clipped, or cut to prevent pregnancy. l J l l N l l Q l l l X l Y l
A surgical contraceptive method in which a female's fallopian tubes are cut to prevent ova (eggs) from entering the uterus. A woman will continue to menstruate when she has had a tubal ligation. It is a permanent procedure and is also referred to as female sterilization or 'getting tubes tied'. Similar to its male version, vasectomy, it provides no protection against STIs or HIV.
surgical sterilization procedure in which the fallopian tubes are sealed or cut to prevent sperm from reaching an egg.
a surgical procedure in which the uterine tubes are cut and tied to prevent pregnancy
Female sterilization operation that seals the fallopian tubes and prevents the egg from being fertilized so the woman cannot become pregnant through sexual intercourse.
A procedure in which the fallopian tubes are cut and tied off; usually a permanent form of sterilization.
A sterilization process that ties the fallopian tubes, preventing the release of eggs.
female sterilization surgery where the uterine tubes are cut and closed by ligation or various mechanical devices. A more extensive surgery than male sterilization (vasectomy) and done under general anesthetic.
A contraceptive procedure in women in which the oviducts are cut, preventing the ova from reaching the uterus.
Tying, cutting, or burning of the fallopian tubes of a woman to prevent passage of the ova through the tubes. Postpartum tubals are done within 24 hours after delivery when the uterus is still high in the abdomen and tubes are easily visualized.
a method of permanent female sterilization in which the fallopian tubes are cut.
A sterilization procedure in which a woman's Fallopian tubes are cut and tied off to prevent pregnancy.
A type of female sterilization in which the fallopian tubes are cut, clipped or tied
A procedure to surgically tie or obstruct the fallopian tubes in order to sterilize a woman. close window
A surgical procedure performed to prevent pregnancy. The womanâ€™s fallopian tubes are closed to prevent a fertilized egg from reaching the uterus. Also referred to as tying tubes.
The tying and cutting of the fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy.
A medical procedure in which the fallopian tubes are cut, cauterized and/or blocked to prevent pregnancy.
The process of "tying" the tubes to prevent pregnancy, this surgical procedure can involve tying, clamping off or burning the ends of the fallopian tubes.
Ligadura de trompas Surgical procedure commonly known as "tying the tubes". A woman's fallopian tubes transport mature eggs from the ovary to the uterus approximately once a month. When sperm travels from the uterus through the fallopian tubes toward the ovary, it may encounter a mature egg -- and fertilization may result. Tubal ligation permanently sterilizes a woman by preventing transport of the egg (ovum) to the uterus, and by blocking the passage of sperm up the tube to the ovulating ovary where fertilization normally occurs. Cirugía que se realiza con el fin de unir las trompas (trompas de Falopio) de una mujer, lo que produce esterilidad permanente ya que se evita el paso del óvulo hacia el útero y se obstruye el paso de los espermatozoides hacia la trompa y hasta el ovario que está ovulando, en el cual normalmente se lleva a cabo la fertilización
Surgical procedure of cutting and tying the fallopian tubes to make a woman infertile; A method of contraception. Also called a Band Aid Operation in reference to the small incision made just below the navel to enable the cutting and ligation.
A method of female sterilization in which the fallopian tubes are surgically tied.
An operation to tie the fallopian tubes closed. This procedure prevents pregnancy by blocking the passage of eggs from the ovaries to the uterus.
A surgical procedure in which the fallopian tubes are surgically closed to prevent pregnancy.
A form of female sterilization that involves the cutting and/or tying off of the fallopian tubes so that ova cannot be fertilized.
A surgical method of permanent birth control - sterilization - in which a woman's fallopian tubes are tied so that the egg cannot travel from the ovaries to the uterus.
A sterilization procedure where the fallopian tubes are cut or burned shut to ensure sperm do not meet and egg.
Permanent, surgical method of birth control for a woman. The two fallopian tubes are blocked so an egg can not pass through them to be fertilized.
A permanent form of female birth control in which a woman's fallopian tubes are surgically sealed shut using a clip, constricting ring, electrosurgical burn, or removal of a segment of the tube (resection).
A surgical procedure in which a portion of each Fallopian tube (tube that carries the egg from the ovary to the uterus) is removed or blocked. This can be done through the vagina or abdominal wall. This type of female sterilization is used as a method of birth control.
Surgical sterilization of a woman by obstructing or tying the fallopian tubes.
Female sterilization performing by tying the fallopian tubes.
a surgical procedure in women in which the fallopian tubes are cut, tied, or cauterized to prevent pregnancy; a form of sterilization
Tubal ligation (informally known as getting one's "tubes tied") is a permanent form of female sterilization, in which the fallopian tubes are severed and sealed, in order to prevent fertilization.