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Tubal sterilisation without consent: a case report

Puspha Dahiya, Latika Duhan, Sukhbir Singh, Narender Dahiya

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2016.030


Introduction: Tubal sterilisation is practised all over the world. This safe, easy and highly effective, long-term method for birth control can be carried out during the hospital stay for either a normal delivery or caesarean section. In India, female sterilisation accounts for 37.3% of all methods of family planning.   

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