Tubal ligation, also known as "tying your fallopian tubes," is a permanent method of contraception for women. It involves closing or blocking the fallopian tubes to prevent an egg from reaching the uterus, so pregnancy is very unlikely. If you've had a geometry dash
tubal ligation and want to avoid pregnancy, it's important to remember that the procedure is intended to be permanent and not easily reversible. Although there is a possibility of pregnancy after tubal ligation, it is very rare.