Trista Sutter, the Original Bachelorette, Decides Her Family is Complete After the Birth of Her Second Child
VAIL, Colo., April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- After the arrival of her second child (a baby girl named Blakesley Grace born on April 3, 2009), Trista Sutter, the star of ABC's first Bachelorette show, has announced that with two healthy children, this will be the last child for the couple. Trista plans to get the Essure(R) permanent birth control procedure.
On July 26, 2007, the Sutters welcomed their first child, Maxwell Alston Sutter. In 2008, the couple announced that they were expecting a second child. Trista had expressed interest to her physician that she was considering having a tubal ligation after the delivery. Trista and her doctor had already determined that she would be delivering via C-section, and the couple felt their family would be complete after the second child. However, after speaking with her doctor about birth control options, Trista decided that the Essure procedure was a better solution for her.
By choosing the Essure procedure, Trista will avoid the added pain and recovery time of getting her tubes tied combined with her C-section. The Essure procedure is performed three months after childbirth and this waiting period allows Trista to let her body recover and spend time bonding with her new baby. Trista will have the added benefit of the Essure Confirmation Test, so she can be confident that her procedure is a success.
Essure is a permanent birth control procedure for women that can be performed in minutes in the comfort of a doctor's office. The procedure is often preferred by women because it does not require a hospital visit, cutting into the body, being put under general anesthesia, scarring,
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