The procedure—getting your tubes tied—sounds simple, but it isn't.
Doctors discuss what to expect before and after getting your tubes tied or removed.
Choosing the birth control that's right for you doesn't have to feel like an impossible task.
The condition is uncommon, but it can lead to potential fertility problems.
Finding a physician to perform a tubal ligation can be more difficult than the procedure itself.
Women in low-income, rural communities often face barriers to affordable contraceptives.
This permanent form of birth control comes with both risks and rewards.
Getting your 'tubes tied' is an effective and permanent way to prevent pregnancy (but not STIs).
One in 78 women will get ovarian cancer. Know your risk factors, find it early and beat it.
Couples should know the pros and cons before deciding on a vasectomy or tubal ligation.