Tubal Ligation Reversal Blog

Chances of Getting Pregnant After Tubal Ligation Reversal

Chances of getting pregnant after tubal reversalWomen who think about having a tubal ligation reversal ask themselves, “What are the chances of becoming pregnant after tubal ligation reversal?”

These women may seek advice from their local doctors who are unfamiliar with tubal reversal surgery, some will see reproductive specialists who will have limited personal experience with sterilization reversal procedures but more experience with in vitro fertilization (IVF), and others will search the internet and be bombarded with advertisements and statements unsupported by facts.

Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center, the only medical center specializing exclusively in performing tubal ligation reversals, has the unique advantage of providing factual information about the chances of getting pregnant after tubal reversal based on extensive data. The tubal reversal doctors, Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith, have performed over 8,000 reversals of female sterilization. The Center maintains an extensive follow-up pregnancy database that provides the most accurate information on the chances of getting pregnant after tubal reversal that is available on the internet or in medical publications. The clinical practices at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are an example of evidence-based medicine.

What Are The Chances of Pregnancy After Tubal Reversal?

Over the last several decades the practice of reproductive medicine has drifted towards in vitro fertilization. As a result, many reproductive specialists have limited experience with tubal ligation reversal.

General ob gyn doctors have almost no exposure to reversal tubal surgery and limited experience with women who have become pregnant afterward. The cumulative effect has been that many doctors are unfamiliar with tubal reversal surgery and the actual chances of getting pregnant after tubal ligation reversal.

Most of our patients become pregnant after tubal reversal. Our pregnancy statistics show that approximately 70% of all patients will report pregnancy. The success rate can be as high as 90% depending on the type of tubal ligation and age of the patient. In comparison, IVF pregnancy success is on average 30-35% for each IVF cycle.

Chances of Becoming Pregnant After Tubal Reversal

The chances of becoming pregnant after tubal reversal depend on at least two known factors:

Patient age
Method of tubal ligation

Chances of Pregnancy After Tubal Reversal: Age

A woman’s age is a strong predictor of the chance of successful conception and pregnancy. In general, as age increases the risk of miscarriage increases and, therefore, the chance of a successful pregnancy decreases.

Pregnancy chances based on age after tubal reversal at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are approximately 80% for women under the age of 30 and 30% for women over the age of 40.

Chances of Pregnancy After Tubal Reversal: Tubal Sterilization Method

Tubal reversal provides excellent chances at pregnancyThe type of tubal ligation can impact the chances of becoming pregnant after a tubal ligation. Our pregnancy statistics demonstrate the chances of pregnancy based upon the type of tubal ligation.

Pregnancy chances after tubal reversal based on type of tubal ligation at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are: tubal ring or clip reversal 75%, tubal coagulation (burning) reversal 66%, and tubal ligation and resection (cutting) reversal 63%.

Chances of Pregnancy After Essure Reversal

The overall pregnancy rate after tubouterine implantation – the procedure required for Essure reversal is approximately 50%.

How Long Does It Take To Get Pregnant After Tubal Reversal?

Many of our patients ask, “How long does it take to become pregnant after a tubal reversal?

The monthly probability of becoming pregnant after tubal reversal is approximately 8-10%. Since tubal ligation reversal provides this chance each month, the cumulative pregnancy rate continues to rise with increasing time and surpasses the pregnancy rate associated with treatment by IVF. Most of our patients become pregnant within eight months after tubal reversal, but for some patients pregnancy may not occur until one or more years after their reversal procedure.

More Information About Tubal Ligation Reversal

Readers are invited to visit our website for more information. Our patients frequently send us Patient Satisfaction Messages, Pregnancy Testimonials, and Pregnancy Announcements. These are the proof of the success of our tubal reversal procedures.

Tubal reversal center provides best chances to become pregnantReaders are also welcome to read personal stories about tubal reversal on our Tubal Reversal Blog and join in discussion with other women on our Tubal Reversal Message Board.

Call Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center at (919) 969-4656 for a free tubal reversal consultation.

For more information about the success of tubal reversal visit: Tubal Reversal Success Rates.


 

Be Sociable, Share!

130 thoughts on “Chances of Getting Pregnant After Tubal Ligation Reversal

  1. Dr. Monteith Post author

    Usually it is something else but if you are pregnant see your docotor ASAP because it could be an ectopic pregnancy. A pregnancy test can give you your answer.

  2. tammy

    I had laparoscopy tubal 10 1/2 yrs ago. I have gained so much weight in last 2 months I had to buy new pants and now couple weeks later they are tight.Could it be possible that I am pregnant? I still have my period. My belly even looks pregnant. The only time I have ever gained weight is when I was pregnant .

  3. melissa b

    I am 36 years old, I have had my tubes tied for almost 15 years. What are the chances that I may get pregnant… I have a 18 almost 19 year old, 17 year old and 15 year old. Also are the fertility in spouses checked before the procedure to make sure that this all wouldn’t be a impossible .. Really wanting another gift from God….

  4. Dr. Monteith Post author

    Kati
    We charge $5900 and most patients will have approximately a 70% chance of becoming pregnant. I am unaware of any tubal reversal providers in Minnesota and health insurance will not cover the cost of tubal reversal.

  5. Kati

    I have had my tubes tied for almost six years. I had them tied when I was 23, now I am almost 29. I had them tied because I had four children (two by each of my ex husbands). Now I am ready to settle down for good and start a new life with my boyfriend. And I was wondering: What is the cost? What are the chances? Does Minnesota State Insurance cover it? Do I have to pay out of pocket? I would like some help on these questions. Can I get it done in Minnesota or is it cheaper somewhere else? Please. He is the last of his bloodline, male, and he would like to keep the bloodline going. Help us please!

  6. Dr. Berger

    Katie – Here is a link to our website page that has information on the prepayment plan for tubal ligation reversal at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. We do this only in our outpatient facility and not in any hospitals. Most women are back to work and resume sexual activity within a week of the procedure. Other than avoiding heavy lifting for several weeks, there are no other restrictions on activity.

  7. katie reynolds

    i was wondering what your payment plans are? if you visit any other hospitals like the one in morehead ky?
    how long after i get this done can i go back to work and resume sexual activiety? what are the resrictions with have this done?

  8. Dr. Monteith Post author

    Rochelle
    We are in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and we do have a payment plan. Please call the office at (919)968-4656 for additional information.

  9. rochelle

    Do you have an office somewhere close to Santa Rosa can? Do you guys do so much money down then arrange a payment plan or is it a flat fee? Does medical help pay for something like this?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Powered by sweet Captcha