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I'm not sure the tubal ligation has anything to do with peri-menopause but your age certainly does. With the ligation, just the tubes are cut and sealed. The ovaries are still chugging along doing their own thing.
When I went into peri-menopause I started with hot flashes, emotional ups and downs (think PMS), insomnia sometimes, increased libido and erratic, sometimes very heavy periods. That lasted for several years. I'm so happy to have arrived at menopause now.
However, some women hardly have any symptoms. My aunt just stopped her periods and that was that. If she had any symptoms, they must have been mild.
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