Thank you for posting your question. I will do my best to help you.
I have tried to understand your query to my bestTubal Ligation
is type of permanent sterilization
in which both Fallopian tubes are cut or blocked to permanently prevent pregnancy
. .This disrupts the movement of the egg to the uterus
for fertilization and blocks sperm from traveling up the Fallopian tubes to the egg.
Tubal Ligation doesn't affect your menstrual cycle.
As a woman approaches 40s, It is natural that menstrual periods may become longer or shorter, heavier or lighter, and more or less frequent, until eventually by age 51 to 55 -the ovaries stop producing eggs, and you have no more periods.
If excessive bleeding is observed, which seems to be unusual longer & heavier in your case in comparison to your previous cycles, my advice is to consult a gynecologist for further evaluation. for sever Menstrual cramps
meanwhile, You can antispasmodics -Meftalspas twice a day .
I hope that I have answered your questions fully and been of some help.
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