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Is Tubal Ligation Reversible?

Tubal ligation is reversible.This question is asked many times and not just by women. There are actually quite a few number of men who ask this same question. For many it is a new relationship that sparks the question of is tubal ligation reversible. For others it is just knowing that something is happening with their body that is not right since they has the tubal ligation procedure. As a matter of fact there are women to seek out tubal reversal just for relief of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome and not to have a child.

Is tubal ligation reversible?

Yes it is and with very good pregnancy success. Many times when a woman is contemplating having a child after tubal ligation she will seek the advice of her physician. All too many times the physician will immediately tell his patient to begin looking into In vitro fertilization or IVF. IVF does work but the reason it is offered more than tubal ligation reversal is still not fully understood. Some believe that it is just not taught in med school like IVF is. IVF also tends to be in the media on a regular basis. There are always stories of the Hollywood couples that are seeking IVF treatments.

Tubal ligation reversal has been proven to have better pregnancy rates over the alternative treatment of IVF as shown in the Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Report 2009. Not only is the pregnancy rate better it is also more affordable. In the United States one round of IVF can cost $10,000 or more. And to the heartbreak of many the first treatment does not always work and needs to be repeated. With tubal ligation reversal the couple has a chance to conceive each cycle without added expensive medical treatment. Tubal reversal is considered the more natural way to conceive after a tubal ligation.

Asking the question is tubal ligation reversible is a question that will never disappear as long as women are having their tubes tied. Even with the newer forms of sterilization such as Essure there will always be women that regret the decision they have made be it due to desiring another child or medical issues that have come to surface due to the procedure.

So when the question arises, is tubal ligation reversible? It most certainly is, and with this knowledge not only are dreams given the reality to come true but also it restores hope to those who thought they would never have another chance to conceive a child in the most natural way after tubal ligation.

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39 thoughts on “Is Tubal Ligation Reversible?

  1. Dr. Monteith

    Many women will report changes in their menstrual cycle after tubal ligation. Many times it is unclear if the tubal ligation is the direct cause. Often when women have a tubal ligation they stop birth control and are not pregnant and their bodies return to a default pattern…occasionally the tubal ligation can be the direct results and we will find scar tissue or endometriosis.

  2. Michelle Edwards

    I live in Minnesota and the closest Dr. that does tubal reversal is in Wisconsin (at least that’s what a Dr. here told me). It’s so expensive. I had my tubes tied after the birth of my third child almost 7 years ago. Ever since I had my tubes tied I have had horrible menstrual cycles. I get ovarian cysts frequently. My question is does the cysts and my issues with my menstrual cycles have any correlation to my tubal ligation? All of these issues started after my tubal ligation, whether or not it’s the cause is what I want to know.

  3. Dr. Monteith

    It should be safe but I am uncertain what you mean by pelvic reconstructive surgery. The umbilical hernia should not be a problem. You should send us your records so we can be more certain about what type of surgery you had during the pelvic reconstructive surgery.

  4. shelby

    I was 23 when I had my tubes cut and burned, I am now 29. I recentlty got married and we want to have a baby but the problem other than the reverable is the at age 27 i had a pelvic reconstructive surgery and last month i had an umbillical hernia repair. Is it safe and possible to reverse my tubes, and if so do i have to have a c-section?

  5. Dr. Monteith

    We can certainly reverse your remaining tube and give you an excellent chance at becoming pregnant. Please give us a call at (919)968-4656 and we can help you get started. Your chances at pregnancy with one tube at the age of 35 after tubal reversal would be between 60-70%.

  6. Shakira Brown

    I have 1 child and I miscarried fourteen years ago and had to have a tube removed. Which left me with only one and I decided to have that tube clamped. I am 36 and healthy (no drugs or drinking) and would like to have another child. What is the possibilty of having a tubal ligation reversable and a healthy baby?

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