Quoting PurpleBama582:" There is actually a procedure now where they just insert small rods into your uterus where the fallopian ... [snip!] ... 5 years of that, the woman needs a hysterectomy(a stat I got from a nurse), but I don't know if it's any different with that. "
I think thats a very new procedure, i would be very worried about it TBH I am anti most ops just because of my history really, the fear of changing my mind and having complications down the line put me off,my mum have her tubes clipped and one of her ovaries embedded into her bowel and she then had to undergo a full hysterectomy.
Personally I plan on donating my eggs if they are accepted and then seeing what the possibility of womb transplant is at that point. I am aware its a radical step but if i could spare another woman half of what we have been though then its worth it x
but back to your question i think its more down to you and your partner, if you know hand on heart that another child is the last thing you want the the more permanent option is better for you. We cannot use condoms ( i am allergic to latex and some of the spermicide and or other oils they put in them) We obviously have not had much call to use them but when we have been its not been as good really. jees sorry for the essay lol!