tubal ligation

Tubal Ligation, known as “tubes tied,” is a surgical procedure women may get to prevent future pregnancy. While the procedure does offer its advantages, tubal ligation can also lead to heavy menstrual flow and low sex drive. Because the fallopian tubes become tied, a woman can experience nerve disruption to the ovaries, which can reduce the production of oxytocin. Because the sex hormone production becomes disrupted, the body releases excessive inflammatory hormones that lead to heavy flow and low sex drive. For more on how tubal ligation can affect your menstrual flow and sex drive, visit our other sections.

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