Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, December 31st, 2000
The study authors also found that women who underwent the procedure appeared to have fewer menstrual abnormalities than did women who were unsterilized, but quickly cautioned that they regarded this secondary finding as most probably a chance occurrence. The researchers stressed that there is no known biological reason why tubal sterilization should reduce the risk of menstrual abnormalities.
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