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Journal:   TEHRAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL JOURNAL (TUMJ)   2004 , Volume 62 , Number 8; Page(s) 678 To 684.
 
Paper: 

INCIDENCE OF POST TUBAL LIGATION SYNDROME AT MIRZA KOUCHACK KHAN HOSPITAL

 
 
Author(s):  AKBARI F., AZMODEH A., SALIMIAN F.
 
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Abstract: 

Background: The aim of this study To evaluate the incidence of post tuballigation syndrome in Mirza Koucheck-Khan Hospital.
Materials and Methods: 301 women were admitted for tuballigatin at our unit during 2000-2001. J93 were operated immediate post partum while 108 several months later. A questionnaire designed before this study and patients followed up at least for one year.
Results: thirty cases (12.3%) experienced post operative pelvic pain and 93 (31%) several abnormal menstrual cycles. Mild to moderate psychogenic disturbances were seen in 61 (20.3%) and 4 (1.3%) of patients respectively. The women aged 30 years or less did not experienced abnormal menstrual cycle (P=0.0928). Those patients who used IUD before tubal ligation revealed improvement in menstrual dysfunction. The procedure itself (
Parkland or Pomeroy Hospital Techniques) had no effect on menstrual cycle dysfunction. 66.1% of patients who had irregular cycle before operation revealed normal cycle one year after procedure.
Conclusion: This, study showed that tubal ligation did not reveal any significant post tubal ligation symptom. Most of women who had abnormal menstrual cycle, improved after tubal ligation.

 
Keyword(s): POST TUBAL LIGATION SYNDROME, CONTRACEPTION METHODS
 
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