Tubal Reversal

Tubal Reversal 2018-01-27T08:39:03+00:00

Tubal Reversal

When you underwent a tubal ligation, you likely thought it was permanent. It meant that you would never be able to have another child, and at the time, you were happy about that. Things change, though, and now, you wish you hadn’t had the procedure. Fortunately, our team of experts can help. We can perform a tubal reversal, which negates the effects of the tubal ligation. With our help, you can conceive a child again.

Many women opt for a tubal ligation as a form of birth control. They don’t have to take the pill or use other forms of birth control once they undergo a tubal ligation. During the procedure, the surgeon severs and closes the tubes. That prevents eggs from being fertilized. That means the person cannot become pregnant.

A tubal reversal reverses the tubal ligation. It unties and reconnects the fallopian tubes. Then, eggs can be fertilized, and the woman can get pregnant again.

This procedure is common with women who had tubal ligations before the age of 30. Many of these women regret the procedure and decide to reverse it so they can have more children.

consider several factors to determine if you’re good fit. First, he or she will consider your age. Doctors typically want to perform this procedure on women who are under the age of 40.

The type of tubal litigation you received will also play a factor. Doctors prefer to perform tubal reversals when only a small section of the fallopian tubes was removed. The closing method is also important, as surgeons have more success when the tubes were closed with the ring or clip method.

Your doctor will also examine your overall health and the health of your reproductive system. He or she will also discuss your expectations and desires. Your doctor will want to know why you want to have your tubes untied.

If your doctor determines you’re a good candidate, you can get a surgery date and move forward with the procedure.

You will be put to sleep with general anaesthesia during the tubal reversal procedure. Your doctor will make a small incision and insert a laparoscope into the pelvis. He or she will look at the fallopian tubes to make sure the procedure is possible. Then, a second incision will be made. The surgeon will use small instruments to remove the fastening devices and reconnect the tubes to the uterus.

If you think a tubal reversal is right for you, contact us today. We offer free phone consultations, so we can talk about your specific case and go over potential outcomes with you. Once you have a better understanding of the procedure, you can schedule an appointment to see one of our fertility specialists in person. We look forward to helping you.