tubectomy


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tu·bec·to·my

 (to͞o-bĕk′tə-mē, tyo͞o-)
n. pl. tu·bec·to·mies

tubectomy

(tjuːbˈɛktəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
surgical removal of one or both Fallopian tubes
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28%) of respondents had used some contraceptive method and among the users, the majority were condom users (53%) followed by IUCD method (18%), tubectomy 18% and only about 10% of respondents said that they were using pill as a method of family planning.
48% of cases common risk factor was post tubectomy (7), whereas other study quoted pelvic inflammatory disease as major risk factor.
3% (246) who adopted family planning methods, tubectomy was the major method accounting for 59.
IUCD was inserted in one and one agreed to get tubectomy done.
28%) of respondents had used some contraceptive method and among the users, the majority were condom users (53%); followed by IUCD method (18%), Tubectomy 18% and only about 10% of respondents said that they were using pill as a method of family planning.
Among those who practiced permanent method of contraception (59), the most preferred method was tubectomy 52(50.
Thus, it seems that vasectomy is a less accepted option compared to tubectomy.
Majority of patients (64%) were not using any methods of contraception, 21% had history of tubectomy, 10% of the patients were having history of usage of oral contraceptives and 5% were using barrier method (Table 3).
These include an irreversible tubectomy, reversible long-acting spacing methods of contraception such as the intrauterine device (effective for 3-10 years) and implants.
Summary: Audit report reveals payments made for fake tubectomy operations