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Is it possible to remove tubal clamps ?

I am 40 years old and had my tubes clamped 3 years ago after having my daughter. I now suffer from painful cramps, and extremly bad bleeding . Is it possible to have these clamps removed because of these issues
Asked On : Mon, 24 Jan 2011
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The cramps and heavy bleed may not be due to the clamps. Yes, the clamps can be removed by laparoscopy, and still if you continue to get the cramps and bad bleeding then it is more likely to be something to do with the uterus.
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