Nandini Murgesan , asked a question
Subject: Biology , asked on 6/6/13

after tubectomy does menstrual cycle continue? there is a knot tied in the tube so how does the cycle takes place? pls give a proper answer


Dr Saman Ahmad , Meritnation Expert added an answer, on 7/6/13

Yes, menstrual cycle continues even after tubectomy. 

Tubectomy   prevents the passage of ovum through the fallopian tube. Menstruation is the release of endometrial tissue along with the unfertilised ova in the absence of fertilisation. 

Every month uterus prepares itself for receiving fertilised egg (zygote) and help its development into baby. If fertilised egg is not received then prepared lining of uterus comes out of the body as menstrual flow. Even after tubectomy this process can continue i.e. menstruation will occur and ova will be also produced from the ovary but will not be released or carried to uterus through the fallopian tube. 

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Sudha Sinha , added an answer, on 6/6/13
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Tubectomy does not affect ovary and after tubectomy ovulation will occur so enometrium will prepare for conception but ova cant enter into tube and cant take place fertlization.if fertlization dint occur menstruel bleeding will be there

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