After a tubal ligation, it is still possible for a woman to have children. Usually, this happens through either tubal ligation reversal or IVF. If you are interested in becoming a mother, choosing which procedure is right for you can be difficult, even with all the information available. Still, with careful consideration and good advice you can decide which method is best for you. (more…)
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For many women, having a child is a dream come true. But being a mom is a lot of work! Sometimes after having a family a woman decides not to have any more children. In some cases as a form of birth control she will have a tubal ligation procedure where her fallopian tubes, the canal that an egg travels through from the ovary to the uterus prior to fertilization, is cut or tied off to prevent future pregnancy. (more…)
Tubal Ligation Reversal is a very effective surgery option for those who want to have children after tubal ligation. Because tubal ligation reversal is a medical procedure, some woman and their partners have concerns about what it will cost. These days every one’s budgets are a little tight, and no one has buckets of extra money lying around. (more…)
Even after having a surgical sterilization by tubal ligation, it is still possible to have more children. Typically this begins with a tubal ligation reversal where patients have their tubes “untied”. Thankfully, tubal ligation reversal can be done with a minimally invasive surgery and a tubal reversal has a high rate of success. If you’re thinking about having a tubal ligation reversal, chances are, you have some questions. (more…)
It is a woman’s prerogative to change her mind. Consequently, some individuals find themselves considering tubal ligation reversal. With high success rates and few complications, tubal ligation reversal surgery is an attractive answer for women and couples considering parenthood. (more…)
For many women who do not want further children, tubal ligation is the preferred procedure. Thankfully with tubal reversal, the women can now counter the process and still have children again. It is a general feeling that tubal ligation means tying the tubes. So do you think tubal reversal is as simple as just untying them? Things are a little more complicated than that. It is meaningful to discuss how fallopian tubes are tied when women do not want any more children. (more…)
You may have some questions about ovarian cysts, particularly if you are a woman in your childbearing years, because these cysts are more common among younger women. Regardless of whether you’ve had a tubal ligation, a tubal reversal, or no surgery at all, these cysts are common findings during your physical exam or ultrasound. Ovarian cysts are common and usually occur as a result of the normal monthly fluctuations in hormones in premenopausal women. Since a tubal ligation reversal does not stop this hormone cycle, a tubal reversal will not stop these cysts from occurring. (more…)
What types of tests are needed for tubal reversal preoperatively?
These tests are needed to assess the preoperative condition of the patient. These blood analysis are compulsory prior to your tubal ligation reversal. They can be prearranged by your regular gyneclogist, or can be done at your local laboratory facility (DR. MORICE WILL FAX AN ORDER TO YOUR LOCAL FACILITY): (more…)
An alternative to tubal reversal is in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
Which method is better for regaining fertility?
Whether or not IVF or tubal reversal is better must be based on individual factors and workup.
IVF is a nonconventional method and involves the daily administration of fertility injections. The patient’s response is checked over a 2-4 week period, together with frequent visits for further management. At the appropriate time, the eggs are harvested from the woman by placing a needle through the vagina and into the ovary. (more…)