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    That would be my next suggestion, get your DP to consider his responsibility in managing contraception given you have already tried so many options. Best of luck

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    I got my tubes done and regret it. I am pretty certain I'm done having kids but now I have no sex drive etc all my bloods come back normal I get enough sleep and the only thing that's changed is my tubes.

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    My cousin had her 4th csection not long ago and had her tubes tied as well. Speak with your Ob about it to find out what your options are.

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    Default tubes tied or clamped during c section.

    I had my tubes tied during the c/s of my 4th daughter (3rd c/s). I had just turned 30 -days earlier. OB had no problems at all doing it.
    I have to admit I had nothing but issues after having it done. Long painful periods, constant spotting throughout the month, no sex drive, weight gain etc. I ended up having my tubes reversed 3 weeks ago, best thing I've done! AF already seems back to normal.. So please do your research before you go ahead with it.
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    I had my tubes tied during my c-section with my third when I was 33. DH was going to get the snip but due to my circumstances (I have severe health issues that mean another pregnancy is not an option for me) the Ob who was performing the surgery offered to do it and I figured I may as well while I was there.

    I don't regret the procedure but I do wish I'd done some research into side effects because lots of women seem to be dealing with unwanted symptoms post op. Personally, my periods now are very painful but that's the extent of it.


 

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