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    No scars?
    An_254530 posted:
    Quick question regarding both hysterectomies and tubal ligations. Are there any procedures known to anybody that can successfully perform either of these procedures without any visible scars? I haven't been able to find any, but a friend of mine swears there is one for both. I know hysterectomies through the belly button are close, but there are still a few small incisions with that procedure.

    Any help would be fantastic!
    Anon_6061 responded:
    There are minimally invasive techniques with tiny incisions. But the hormonal and anatomical changes can be worse than any scar.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    There is also a procedure where the procedure is done entirely through the vagina. My cousin had that done.

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