Tubal Reversal and MTR

Tubal Reversal and MTR are the same. MTR stands for Microsurgical Tubal Reanastomosis. For many reasons (ie lifestyle and financial problems), women make the decision that they do not want to have any more babies. They decide to proceed with a tubal ligation. But there are many factors that occur later in life whereby women want to undergo a tubal reversal (MTR) to reverse this process. After tubal ligation, many women face problems such as irregular, heavy, or painful periods, anxiety, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, trouble sleeping, and even mood swings. While all of these symptoms cannot be attributed directly to the tubal ligation, a tubal reversal can help alleviate some of the psychological issues that may play a role in these symptoms.

Tubal Reversal (MTR) is a safe and effective surgery. It is been in practice for the last 30 years with very successful results. It is a very delicate operation so the doctor should be experienced enough to perform these delicate moves with microsurgical instruments and techniques. To reattach the two fine ends of the fallopian tubes, multilayer, microsurgical techniques are used. After the surgery is performed, a dye is injected through the fallopian tubes to get a confirmation that the fallopian tubes are now opened. Tubal reversal is a very sensitive procedure to be performed because all the delicate and precise moves of the surgeon during the surgery. The success and failure of a tubal reversal procedure is very dependent on these moves as well.

Dr. Morice and his team provide the excellent surgical care that maximizes the chances of a successful tubal reversal. Dr. Morice is an experienced expert in performing tubal reversal surgery with Microsurgical Tubal Reanastomosis (MTR) techniques.

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