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Leslie

I have noticed that SUCRALOSE (aka Splenda), triggers my migraines. This stuff is found in a lot of foods now.
Before, caffeine/Excedrin helped my migraines.
However, since I've had my tubes tied and my cycle started, my migraines have gotten quite worse and nothing seems to get rid of them anymore. They last 3 days and I have classic symptoms (didn't before). Not saying I wish I didn't get my tubes tied, but take this into consideration before you make that decision.
Meanwhile, the hot/cold treatment and the massaging seem to help me get through the day. And Cokes (carbonation, sugar, and caffeine) help me with the nausea. And if you want the real sugar Cokes (not corn syrup) get the Mexican Cokes.
I'm gonna keep trying all these remedies here...maybe something will work!

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Anonymous

I had NEVER had a migraine in my life until I had my tubes tied! I never even heard of a connection between the two, but I can surely tell you that if I had even HEARD of this I def would have NOT had mine done :(

Anonymous

YOU GUYS ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT.I ALWAYS THOUGHT MY HEADACHES CAME FROM ME HAVING HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.BUT I GUESS GETTING MY TUBES TIED TURNED IT INTO NON STOP POUNDIND PAIN.NOTHING SEEMS TO HELP.

Leslie

Unfortunately, many doctors still say that there are no side effects to getting your tubes tied. So there isn't much info on it. At least not too much from 'legitimate' sources.
It's frustrating!

Anonymous

While it is quite possible that the anesthetic, or something related to surgery itself may have set off you're migraines, having your tubes tied is not a plausible cause of migraines. Tying your tubes has not changed anything about how your body functions at all. All they do is cut and burn the tubes that carry eggs from the ovary to the uterus. There is no major nerve center involved, and no glandular contact made. The only thing that they do that could upset your body chemistry in any way is when they cauterize the tubes, there might be traces of charred tissue left in intestinal cavity, but there are other procedures that can cause that and there is no reason to suspect that could cause problems.
On the hand Anesthetist is a quite likely a trigger for migraine problems.

Leslie

How dare you?

All these women in the world cannot be imagining these symptoms. I have since done a lot of research and see that most doctors and researchers do not believe that tubal ligation syndrome does not exist. But you know what? They just haven't done enough research. All these women cannot be imagining new and worsening symptoms. Women report that having a reversal has eliminated their symptoms.

But to dismiss our feelings is insensitive, inaccurate, and disrespectful. We know what we know. We know our bodies.

I have suffered from monthly migraines since about age 12, until suddenly after ending breastfeeding with my third child, my migraines began to occur at least weekly and much more intense and last MUCH longer. The old remedies didn't help.
My tubes were NOT cauterized, they were double clipped to minimize bleeding during surgery. I'm not entering menopause, I'm not taking any prescription medications. That is the ONLY change.
So, as I stated before, consider that before having your tubes tied and recognize the skeptics that are out there.
And, doctors, realize that there needs to be more research before you dismiss a legitimate concern.


I'm the OP.

Leslie

OOPS. I wrote:
'see that most doctors and researchers do not believe that tubal ligation syndrome does not exist.'
Meant to say:
see that most doctors and researchers do not believe that tubal ligation syndrome exists.

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