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This section of our website is devoted to providing more in-depth medical information regarding tubal ligation reversal, Essure reversal, and Essure coil removal for the health care providers of our patients. Whether you are a referring health care provider or a potential patient seeking more in-depth information about tubal surgery at our center, we have created this section to provide you with more detailed medical information about the services we provide.

We will continually update this section of our website with any interesting findings or current information on the services we provide.

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  1. Ashley says:

    I got my essure in 2009i have recently had more pain in my pelvic area close to my hips I not longer want the coils in to see if it gets rid of my pain but do not want to lose my tubes in case I do decide later I want a child how affective is pregnancy after wards if tubes are left intacted

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      You should be careful if another doctor is doing your Essure removal. They may either perform a hysterectomy, complete removal of your tubes, or damage your tubes such that reversal is not possible. If you want to have more children I would have an Essure reversal at our center or considering waiting until you have made a final decision. Give us a call at (919)968-4656 if our staff can answer any additional questions for you about surgery at our center.

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