This question was answered on Wed 10, Feb 2010 09:09am by Dr Veena, MD

Can you still have a tubal ligation while you are on your period?

    
Asked by mommyof2 (Female; 36 ) on Tue 09, Feb 2010 07:55am

Can you still have a tubal ligation while you are on your period?

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Answer by Dr Veena, MD  on Wed 10, Feb 2010 09:09am:

Hi, Yes, you can have tubal ligation during your period or shortly after that as it also confirms that you are not pregnant and it is safe to carry out this procedure. Best.

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