For many women who have had a tubal ligation and things have just seemed to go wrong with their bodies. You are not alone. Many women experience heavy periods, cramping that is bad enough to disrupt your everyday living, missed periods along with irregular periods you are not imagining things. Many women who have had a tubal ligation and will report all the symptoms are told it is just due to age or that their bodies are changing. This is not the case. It is called post tubal ligation syndrome.
Many women state the their periods are late and when they do get them they are extra heavy with cramping that will make you have to catch your breath’. Many women also report that their periods are extra long and can range anywhere from 2 weeks to a month at a time.
Another symptom of post tubal ligation syndrome is drastic moods swings. A couple of weeks before their period is due they will feel it starting. Mood swings related to PMS are not out of the ordinary but this is much more severe. Being angry at the world or just sliding into depression are the main symptoms reported.
The question is how can this happen after having a tubal ligation? The answer is that the blood supply to the ovaries has been cut back or damaged. This in turn causes a decrease in hormones to the ovaries that occurred during surgery. Many of the symptoms that are related to PTLS are also associated with menopause, having an imbalance in the hormone that is not being treated and hormone shock. Hormone shock can be explained by sudden changes in the hormone level in the human body. Major complaints of hormone shock are sleep disturbances, appetite changes, excessive mood swings, decreased sex drive and memory loss. Is it any wonder why women get scared and begin to search out answers?
For many women to get relief means they would do just about anything. There is an answer for some and the answer is tubal reversal. There are expert doctors available that can even perform surgery as an outpatient procedure. One of the best-known doctors is Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Women travel from all over the world to have the reversal performed.
For more information please visit: Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center
The staff is available 24 hrs. a day ,seven days a week to answer any questions you may have.