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Sterilisation involves removing the body's ability to release eggs into the womb with a surgical procedure. Generally speaking, it is non-reversible, so it is only a choice for women who never want to have children, or who don't wish to have any more.
Sterilisation involves an operation which can be performed under a local or a general anaesthetic, and you can usually go home on the same day. During the surgery the fallopian tubes are cut, sealed using an instrument with an electrical current, or closed with clamps or rings. Once done, Sterilisation doesn't affect libido or your ability to have sex, but it's important to consult your doctor or nurse while you make the decision. They will help you weigh the benefits, risks and any potential drawbacks, and inform you of other long-acting contraceptives such as the IUS and IUD, which are also highly effective.
Sterilisation does not protect against sexually transmitted infections.
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