New Book Exposes Untold Side Effects of Tubal Ligation

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The Coalition for Post Tubal Ligation Women announces the availability of a new book authored by the Coalition’s founder, Susan Bucher, titled “What Doctors Don't Tell You About Tubal Ligation and Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS)”. The book, the first of its kind, exposes that women have not been properly informed about the risks of tubal ligation, explains what post tubal ligation syndrome (PTLS) is, and details the need for informed consent laws.

The Coalition for Post Tubal Ligation Women (http://www.tubal.org) announces the availability of a new book authored by the Coalition’s founder, Susan Bucher, titled “What Doctors Don't Tell You About Tubal Ligation and Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS)”. The book, the first of its kind, exposes that women have not been properly informed about the risks of tubal ligation, explains what post tubal ligation syndrome (PTLS) is, and details the need for informed consent laws.

Explains Bucher, “The aim of this book is to educate women pre and post tubal ligation.” The text outlines the history of tubal ligation, the symptoms of post tubal syndrome, how women are diagnosed with PTLS, the magic cure to PTLS, and proposed actions that women can take to advocate for their health and rights. The book includes copies of letters that the Coalition has received, proposed informed consent law, and asks the disconcerting question, "Do doctors steal eggs when performing tubal ligation?"

Bucher herself suffered untold side effects of her 1995 tubal ligation. She created the Coalition for Post Tubal Women to inform women of the risks of tubal ligation and to network with women to work towards creating an informed consent law. Bucher wrote “What Doctors Don’t Tell You About Tubal Ligation and Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS)” to aid in the Coalitions “Campaign to Inform”. The book is available for purchase at http://www.lulu.com/Bucher and will be released on Amazon.com within weeks.

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