Many women will have the Essure procedure and have no problems at all. Some will have temporary side-effects that will go away.
A few may have persistent problems that start immediately and don’t resolve over time.
One such person was Jennifer. Jennifer is 46 years of age and she is from Baltimore Maryland.
She is a marketing specialist and has an interest in alternative medicine and supplements.
At the age of 42 Jennifer had the Essure sterilization procedure to prevent pregnancy.
Immediately after the procedure she noticed problems… periods became irregular and she soon developed a ‘pinching’ sensation that would not go away. Continue reading
Tiffany and her husband Dean have traveled to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center for a reversal of tied tubes. Tiffany is one of our Tubal Reversal Angels.
A Tubal Reversal Angel is a person who has unexpectedly lost a child and they seek tubal ligation reversal to become pregnant again.
Tiffany lost her son at an early age and then underwent a divorce. She desired to start a new family with her second husband, Dean.
Together they traveled from Cambridge, Ohio for a tubal reversal procedure. Continue reading
Choosing to have a tubal reversal surgery can be a very difficult choice.
Health insurance does not cover the cost of tubal surgery so many people will have to pay out of pocket.
Infertility treatment is not always guaranteed so there is a chance it may not work. Reversal providers are difficult to find so how do you know you are getting someone with real experience?
Many patients have had to make this very difficult to decision and many will ultimately find their way to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center and into the capable hands of Dr. Monteith and his skilled tubal reversal staff.
Give us a call at (919) 968-4656 and we can tell you how to get started. Continue reading
I personally witness many potential tubal reversal patients express anxiety about how their tubal reversal surgery will be done or if their tubes are even repairable.
Often these patients have seen the websites of other doctors who proclaim their methods for tubal reversal are better than the methods of other doctors. Commonly patients will ask are absorbable or non-absorbable sutures the best, is dye testing the tubes better, or is it better to have robotic tubal reversal or laparoscopic tubal reversal?
Often patients are confused because they visit so many tubal reversal websites and many doctors claim their way is the best. Although they do not always say it, they often suggest if you go to a doctor that does it any other way then you may regret it.
Although I do have opinions about the above questions, I want to share with readers my opinion about one procedure we offer at our center that can make a big difference for some patients considering tubal reversal surgery. Continue reading