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Female Sterilization

Empowering Women's Reproductive Choices

We believe in respecting our patient’s choices.

We will guide you to make the best decision for you.

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tubal Ligation

Female sterilization is an effective surgical procedure that permanently prevents pregnancy with a 99% effectivity. It is a common and safe surgery when done by expert hands.


Benefits for Female Sterilization:
  1. Highly Effective Contraception: Female sterilization offers a permanent solution to contraception. Its reliability surpasses that of temporal methods, ensuring long-term peace of mind for women and couples.

  2. Medical Benefits: Beyond contraception, female sterilization has potential medical advantages. Research suggests a reduced risk of ovarian cancer, making it not only a reproductive choice but also a potential safeguard for women’s health.

  3. Family Planning and Financial Stability: The ability to control one’s reproductive journey leads to well-informed family planning. This,  contributes to enhanced financial stability and an improved quality of life for families.


Global Perspectives on Abortion and Sterilization:
  1. Abortion Restrictions and Implications: Across the globe, there are regions where abortion is heavily restricted or even banned. Such limitations have profound implications for women’s reproductive rights, limiting access to safe healthcare and personal choices.

  2. Challenges in Accessing Sterilization: Access to female sterilization is a challenge that women face, often due to cultural, societal, or medical biases. Age-related restrictions can further complicate matters, underscoring the importance of dismantling barriers that prevent informed decision-making.

Progress and Accessibility:
  1. Advancements in Reproductive Rights: Encouragingly, progress is being made in various countries to improve access to reproductive healthcare services, including sterilization. Legislative changes and evolving societal attitudes are contributing to a more inclusive landscape for women’s choices.

  2. Accessible Healthcare Services: Accessibility to female sterilization is not just about convenience; it’s about empowering women to make decisions about their bodies confidently. Examples from around the world demonstrate the positive impact of easy access on women’s autonomy and health. With us your choice is safe, you can be assured you will have first world care and no one will question your choices.


We believe in respecting women’s autonomy, recognizing their needs, and ensuring that our  healthcare prioritize their well-being. By shedding light on both the benefits and challenges, we hope to contribute to a more informed and inclusive conversation about women’s reproductive rights worldwide.

Remember, the journey to female empowerment begins with awareness, understanding, and open dialogue. Let’s continue to advocate for comprehensive reproductive healthcare that truly empowers women to shape their own destinies.



About Tubal Occlusion & Salpingectomy (Removal of the tubes)

This procedure only affects the fallopian tubes, so you will not have any issues with your hormone levels and you will still have your period.


⚠️ IT’S IMPORTANT YOU UNDERSTAND STERILIZATION IS VERY DIFFICULT TO REVERSE. Even though some doctors may attempt to reverse a tubal ligation, most of the times the procedure fails, and becomes impossible to regain normal function of the tubes. If you change your mind after the surgery, you will might need to look for alternative ways of doing so, such as IVF.

We ONLY recommend this procedure to patients that are 100% sure they want to avoid any pregnancies.

Female sterilization DOES NOT prevent STI’s, you still need to use a condom to prevent any kind of sexually transmitted infection.



In order for a pregnancy to occur, a woman’s ovaries releases an egg, that will travel through one of the fallopian tubes, to meet the sperm, and the fertilized egg will then travel to the uterus to form a baby.

When the fallopian tubes are either cut or clamped down, the egg can’t longer travel to meet the sperm cells, so fertilization will not happen. Although eggs will still be released by the normal working ovaries, because they are not affected by this type of surgery, and in the end the eggs are reabsorbed by the body.