Birth Control Methods Comparison–Tubal Ligation vs. Essure

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For women whose family is complete or do not have current or future plans to have a baby, permanent birth control is the clear choice. To simplify the confusions that might be encountered zeroing in on which one to finally decide upon, here is a brief, informed comparison between duo widely popular permanent birth control methods namely, Essure & Tubal Ligation.

Essure

It is a long-standing contraception technique for females which doesn't entail any cuts/ burning or the woman to be anesthetized & having a swifter recuperation period.

What procedure entails?

Delivery of a malleable, mini insert is done via the uterine & vaginal areas & finally placing into both the fallopian tubes. Over the span of the subsequent 3 months, an innate barricade is formed by the body just about the insert thus hampering the sperms endeavours at reaching the egg.

Efficacy

  • 99.95 percent efficacy at one yr.
  • 99.8 percent efficacy at four years.

Location where method is carried out

Essure method is carried out in physicians offices.

Recuperation Period

The woman would recover in one to two days or earlier.

Post-method pains or discomforting sensations

Subsequent to the method, women might sense cramping sensations & discharge.

Affirmation

Certainly, Essure is the sole one from the several birth control methods wherein a female has an affirmation test three months subsequent to the method for confirming whether the insert has been appropriately placed & that complete blockage of the fallopian tubes has occurred.

Tubal Ligation

An operative method for lasting birth control generally conducted as a laparoscopy method after anesthetizing (local) the woman.

What procedure entails?

During the method gas is employed for expanding the abdomen to facilitate insertion of operative devices. Blocking of the fallopian tubes is then done employing any of the following techniques:

  • Fallopian tubes are clamped using metallic clip or plastic ring.
  • Incising off a part of the fallopian tube.
  • A part of the fallopian tubes are scorched.

Ring, clamp or clip remains inside the body and then suturing or stapling done for closing incisions.

Efficacy

  • 98.5 percent efficiency at one year.
  • 98.69 percent efficiency at half-decade period.
  • 98.15 percent efficiency at a decade.

Location where method is carried out

The method is carried out in hospitals.

Recuperation Period

The woman would recover in four to six days time.

Post-method pains or discomforting sensations

After having undergone tubal ligation, the woman might sense cramping, discharge, pains at the operated site, abdominal bloating &/or sharp-shooting pain in areas like shoulders or neck because of the gas deployed in the method, bruise formations just about the cut, sense of tiredness & aches.

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This article was published on 2011/01/07