Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation & Sterilization Surgery & Procedure in Littleton, CO

Tubal ligation, also known as “getting your tubes tied,” is a sterilization surgery we provide at our Littleton center for those who aren’t interested in being pregnant. It’s a surgery where the fallopian tubes, which lead from the ovaries to the uterus, are clamped or severed, preventing the passing of eggs into the uterus, and thereby preventing pregnancy. It is one of the most effective contraceptive methods, and therefore, we recommend that you are completely certain of your choice to follow through with the procedure.

Sterilization Surgery in Littleton

Sterilization surgery is any surgery that results in the inability to conceive a child. Sterilization surgeries can be performed in both men and women, but here at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness, we are only licensed to perform sterilization surgeries on women. The most common sterilization procedure for women is the tubal ligation procedure, which closes the fallopian tubes and prevents pregnancies by blocking the passage of eggs into the uterus. This can be either laparoscopic sterilization or open surgery, such as in cases of cesarean delivery.

Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation Procedure in Littleton

A laparoscopic tubal ligation procedure is safe and effective, and our providers here at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness are licensed to perform them. Having this procedure done laparoscopically is the most common method, as it is minimally invasive and rather quickly executed. It is an outpatient surgery with a short recovery time, letting you get back to your life seamlessly and without complications.

Sterilization Contraception in Littleton

There are always risks involved when it comes to surgery, which is why it is important that you know all the risks and are absolutely certain you’d like to proceed with the process. While the tubal ligation procedure is not irreversible, because of the risks involved, we at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness recommend that you consider the laparoscopic sterilization process individually, free of any pressure from family or partners.