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How to Get Tubes Untied: Reverse Tubal Ligation

What is Reverse Tubal Ligation?

Reverse tubal ligation – or more properly, tubal ligation reversal – is a procedure to get tubes untied for women who desire a pregnancy after tubal ligation. There are actually several procedures that can be used to untie tubes after the tubes have been tied.

Techniques of Reverse Tubal Ligation

There are 3 main techniques that can be used for reversing tubal ligation.

  1. Tubal anastomosis
  2. Tubal implantation
  3. Salpingostomy (Fimbriectomy Reversal)

Tubal Anastomosis

Tubal Anastomosis
Microsurgical tubal anastomosis is the most common technique to untie tubes.
Tubal anastomosis is the best procedure to get tubes untied.

The most common method for untying tubes is the reverse tubal ligation procedure of tubal anastomosis. Anastomosis refers to joining two body parts, and tubotubal anastomosis is joining two tubal segments together. Most techniques that tie tubes result in two separate tubal segments, so the simplest way to get tubes untied in these cases is with the anastomosis procedure.

For more details about untying tubes via tubal anastomosis, see the topic on Tubal Reversal by Tubal Anastomosis on the Tubal Reversal Blog and the description of Microsurgical Tubal Anastomosis on the A Personal Choice website.

What is the Cost of Untying Tubes?

Reverse tubal ligation is usually described as extremely expensive, ranging from $10,000 to $30,000. The tubal anastomosis procedure to untie tubes costs $5900 at A Personal Choice Center. Because it is done as outpatient surgery and performed four times a day, the cost savings is passed on to the women who want kids after tubal ligation.

Watch Dr. Berger Untie Tubes

The tubal reversal operation by Dr. Berger has been featured on television – this video clip on YouTube is 3 minutes long. To watch the entire operation, you can order a free video or DVD of tubes untied.

Other Methods to Untie Tubes

Tubal implantation and salpingostomy are less frequent techniques to untie the tubes after a tubal ligation. For descriptions of these techniques, see the topic on Tubal Reversal by Tubal Implantation and Tubal Reversal by Salpingostomy on the Tubal Reversal Blog or Read the section on Reversal Illustrations on the A Personal Choice website.

395 thoughts on “How to Get Tubes Untied: Reverse Tubal Ligation”

  1. Betty says:

    I’m 42 years old. I want a baby. My 2 kids are grown now. Would like another baby. Just my age, not sure.

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Pregnancy is always possible if you are having regular periods. You will never know if you can get pregnant if you don’t try. Give us a call at (919)968-4656 if we can be of assistance.

  2. Tina says:

    Is a tubal reversal surgery covered by any types of medical insurance?

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Medical insurance will not pay for tubal reversal surgery no matter what the reason.

  3. rachel says:

    I want to get my tubes untied so me and my new hubby can have a baby want to know how much its going to cost or if they do payment plans??

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      The cost for tubal reversal is $6400. We do have a prepayment plan. We will email you more information.

  4. Michelle williams says:

    I live tuscloosa alabama im trying to get tubes untied near where I live

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Many women find it is more affordable to have tubal reversal surgery at our office than to have the surgery in their hometown by doctors who do very few tubal reversal surgeries. Please give us a call at (919)968-4656 if you need more information about our practice, A Personal Choice, in Raleigh North Carolina.

  5. Loumeka Bertholotte says:

    Got my tubes tied 2years ago I’m 26 years old now I’m in a new relationship and I soon to be married and my soon to be husband do not have no kids and I don’t want loss him with can I do

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Tubal reversal would be a great option for you. Please call us at (919)968-4656 and we can provide you with more information.

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