OnlyFans star Coco reveals she got her fallopian tubes removed

Adult creator Coco has revealed she got her fallopian tubes removed to prevent any possible pregnancy.

The Canadian who relocated to Queensland in 2017 set out to become infertile because working in the sex industry means there is always potential for an accidental pregnancy.

Coco has a successful OnlyFans account, but she also works as an escort, and she decided to take control of her fertility because she was sick of worrying about falling pregnant by accident because of her line of work.

The creator explained the decision was easy because she has never wanted children and has always figured if she changed her mind, she’d adopt.

Coco, 36, told news.com.au that she was able to get tubes removed with little fuss or stress, and the medical system was supportive.

She explained that her doctor supported her decision and wasn’t judgmental of her plan at all despite her still being in her baby-making years.

“So many people told me ‘good luck, they’ll never do it’, but I just had a sit down with her and told her I wanted them tied,” she said.

The adult creator said the doctor questioned if she wanted to have children, but once she said she didn’t, there was no further discussion or pressure.

“My doctor asked me if I want children, which I was confused by because why am I sitting here asking for my tubes tied? She said that sometimes people think it can be reversed, so she needs to ask. And I looked her dead in the eye and said, ‘I don’t want to bring anyone into this world; if ever I want children, I’d only adopt,’ and she’s like, ‘Great, I can get you in six weeks!’”

Coco revealed that her initial plan was to have her tubes tied, once she sought medical advice, she decided to have them removed.

“Initially, I went to get them tied, but the doctor suggested that there’s some research that’s saying there’s a smaller risk for certain cancers if you have them removed entirely, which I didn’t even know was an option. So I took it,” she said.

She said getting the procedure done was a positive thing because the medical team discovered she was living with Endometriosis, a disease where tissue grows outside the uterus.

Besides learning more about her body, she’s also now able to do her job and live her life without being on any form of birth control.

Coco said she’s pleased with her decision because she’s never felt the “urge” to become a mum and feels freer.

“I’m not one for speaking in absolutes, so it’s not totally off the table, but I would adopt if ever the day came when I decided to have kids. They’re a big responsibility, and I have enough difficulty taking care of myself day to day,” she quipped.

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