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These forms will help you provide us with important information.

Medical Records Release Form

Complete our Medical Records Release Form, print it out, and then fax or mail it to the Medical Records department of the hospital where you had your tubal ligation surgery.

Our Medical Records Release Form requests that the designated facility fax or mail your tubal ligation records directly to us along with the records release form. Without the form included, we will not have the necessary information in order to contact you to review your records.

Fax Cover Sheet

If you already have a copy of your tubal ligation records, please complete our Fax Cover Sheet, print it out and fax your records, along with the completed fax cover sheet to fax: (919) 883-4036. Without the completed fax cover sheet we will not have all the necessary information needed to be able to contact you after your records have been reviewed.

1. Medical Records Release

2. Fax Cover Sheet

3. Pre-Payment Form

4. Tubal Reversal Surgery Checklist

If you would rather scan and email your records to us then please email your records (with the Fax Cover sheet) to: ContactUs@tubal-reversal.net

Preparing For Tubal Reversal

After you have scheduled a date for your tubal reversal, please print out a copy of the Tubal Reversal Surgery Checklist to ensure your successful preparation for your reversal.

If you already have or would like to start a pre-payment account, complete the Pre-Payment Form, print it, and mail it with your payment each time you make a payment toward your account. See Fee and Financing for details about the pre-payment plan.

Pregnancy Report Form

We want to be informed as soon as you become pregnant after your tubal reversal. You can use the Pregnancy Report Form, or call or email us when you have a positive pregnancy test. An essential part of our long term care is follow-up with you and your local doctor during your pregnancy.

Birth Report Form

We are eager to hear when your baby is born. Please complete the Birth Report Form, or call or email us when you have a baby. Your comments are extremely important and provide both hope and inspiration for other couples. With your permission, we will add a page for your baby in the Testimonials section of our website.

42 thoughts on “Forms to Send”

  1. Anonymous says:

    If 7.5 and 7.0 cm were removed of tubes (with fembriated end removed) during a csection (3rd), would you consider enough left to attempt to reversal?

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Both of your tubes were removed in their entirety. You can only do IVF if you want to become pregnant.

  2. Adis says:

    Buenas tardes Doctor quiero aser una pregunta ..fui ligada ase 7 años y quiciera poder tener un bebe seria posible..pues icieron mi operasion en.mi pais y no tengo acseso a mi archibo medico..digame que puedo aser

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Call us at (919)977-5050 and ask to speak with Cheily or Oyuki. They speak Spanish and can help you.

  3. Yorleny Gurrero says:

    Hola Dr. que se puede hacer en mi caso que no tengo el informe de mi operación, ya que fue el 5 de febrero del 2004

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      We are closed until January 2nd. Call us at (919)977-5050 and ask to speak with Oyuki. She speaks Spanish and can help you.

  4. Precious says:

    My report is 35 pages long the cover sheet says 8 pages how do I send my complete report? Or which pages are important to send do you need all 35 pages?

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      We only the the operative report (the report that describes the tubal ligation….it is usually 1 or 2 pages). We also need to pathology report (the report that describes how much tube was removed….it is usually 1 page). If you had tubal clips, rings, or burning there will not be a pathology report because nothing was removed.

  5. Paris, T says:

    What are the chances of me becoming pregnant after a Fimbriectomy? My fiance and I are looking to conceive after marriage and want to know the best route to take, as we are considering IVF.

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Fimbriectomy (tubal ligation that removes the ends of the tubes) can be reversed but it depends on how much of the end of the tube was removed.

      In general, if the ends of the tubes have been removed then IVF may offer you your best chance at pregnancy if you are under the age of 40.

      The chances of pregnancy are around 15% to 40%. You are welcome to send your records to us for a free review. Call us at (919)977-5050 and we would be happy to speak with you about reversal and how to send records.

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