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Medical Information for
REFERRING HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

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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30 thoughts on “For Physicians”

  1. gloriani weiss says:

    Hi there! How is Essure removal possible without hysterectomy? Don’t you have to cut the part of the coil that is still in the uterus? I’m so confused :'( Thank you!!

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Gloriani
      We can remove the coils without doing a hysterectomy by performing an en bloc dissection of the coil and surround scar tissue. You can easily understand if you look at the photos of an Essure removal surgery: Removing Essure without performing a hysterectomy

  2. Samantha says:

    Hello I got the essure procedure done in 2013. Every since then my life and health has took a horrible left turn. Excruciating cramping, very heavy periods lasting 2 weeks or more, miscarriages, numbness in my left leg, and the list goes on for miles. Not to mention I’m allergic to the nickel they are made of, so I itch and break out in hives all the time. I am a newlywed and me and my husband would love to have his first child. I am looking for a removal of some type to were I can still conceive. What is my surgery options? How much does it cost? And is there any that is covered by medicaid? My doctor scheduled for me to get a hysterectomy almost a year ago because of the coils but I backed out. Please help me, I just want my life back. Not being able to handle or care for my children is killing me. Thank you so much

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Samantha
      We charge $7500 for Essure removal. Most patients have surgery with us because they want to avoid a hysterectomy. We can remove the coils during a 1 hour outpatient procedure. Please call us at (919)968-4656 if you have any questions.

  3. Vanessa Bosch says:

    I am interested in tubal reversal. I had my tubes tied and burned 12 years ago when I had my son. I am 40 yrs old and G6 P5. I live in ND and wondering if their is a physician in my state that participates? Also does the $6400 cover the cost of overnight stay in the hospital? Thank You in advance for your information.

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Vanessa
      The $6400 includes the cost of everything except for your travel, hotel, and food. The surgeries are performed in our facility and there is no over night hospital stay required.

  4. charletta says:

    Hey I have my tubes tied for 16yr and want to get them un tied my husband do not have any kids an I want to give him one and I also had an oblation done about a few years ago cause of heavy bleeding an I’m 37 years old please help

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Charletta
      If you are having regular periods after your ablation then we can reverse your tubes and provide you with a chance of pregnancy.

  5. I want a tubal reversal I have clamps is this possible and how much would it cost and do I have an actual chance of getting pregnant

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Angela
      Tubal reversal of clips would provide you an EXCELLENT chance at getting pregnant. The total cost is $6400. Your chance could be as high as 80% but depends on your age. If you are younger than 42 you should have good chances at becoming pregnant.

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