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Anesthesia for Your Tubal Reversal Procedure

June 17, 2008   ·   No Comments

At A Personal Choice, we use general anesthesia for our tubal reversal surgeries. You will be completely asleep thorough your operation. When under general anesthesia you will be totally unconscious and will not be able to feel any pain. In addition to the general anesthetic, your tubal reversal surgeon will place local anesthetic into the skin and deeper structures that are operated upon to help you be as comfortable as possible when you wake up.

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What to Know if You Want Tubes Untied

April 26, 2008   ·   No Comments

Women who want kids after tubal ligation often ask about how to get tubes untied. This report describes how tubal sterilization, often referred to simply as tying the tubes, is performed.

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Consenting to Tubal Ligation During Childbirth

January 15, 2008   ·   No Comments

I received an email message today from a patient that prompted me to write about informed consent for tubal ligation. (See my previous blog about informed consent for tubal reversal.) Here is the message that was sent to me. Hello, Dr. Berger, You performed tubal reversal surgery on me on 10/29/07, and I just found […]

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Case Study: 28 Year Old Mother of 3 Has a Tubal Reversal

December 31, 2007   ·   No Comments

Patient’s History Ana G. was one of the 4 patients I operated on today at A Personal Choice. She is a 28 year old woman from Angola, the mother of 3 children – ages 9, 8, and 6. She married when she was 15 and was in an abusive marriage. To keep from becoming pregnant […]

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What You Can Expect at A Personal Choice

December 13, 2007   ·   No Comments

People like knowing what to expect when they come to A Personal Choice for their tubal reversal procedure by reproductive surgeon Dr. Gary Berger, our Medical Director. We provide a great deal of information about this on our website, in emails and letters, and by telephone. Learn From Others on the Tubal Reversal Message Board Another […]

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Tubal Reversal By Tubal Implantation

December 03, 2007   ·   No Comments

Tubouterine Implantation: Best Procedure For Proximal tubal blockage Implantation of the fallopian tube is inserting the tube through a new opening into the uterus. Tubouterine implantation is correct medical terminology, but it is also called tubal implantation, uterotubal implantation, or uterine implantation. Most tubal ligation operations leave two fallopian tube segments that can be reconnected. […]

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Why Tubal Reversal?

November 24, 2007   ·   No Comments

The circumstances that lead people to have a tubal reversal procedure are unique to each person. Understanding them is helpful to me as a tubal reversal specialist providing their care during and after tubal reversal surgery. Preoperative Consultation When meeting new patients, I begin the preoperative consultation by asking about the circumstances that have them […]

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We provide a unique surgical experience with personalized attention and one-on-one care. We make every effort to make your surgery less of a process and more of a life’s experience. Please use the buttons below for answers to our frequently asked questions.

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Warm and inviting our state of the art surgical facility offers safe, affordable & personalized tubal reversal surgery. Dreams of starting a family become a reality here.

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We have been so blessed to bring another tubal reversal baby into our family.

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“It was a leap of faith and we have had a blessed journey.”

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“Thank you for making our dreams come true!”

– Nebo, North Carolina


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Your questions about reversal surgery will be answered directly and promptly by Dr. Monteith. Please read our most frequently asked questions before submitting your questions. Dr. Monteith will not respond to general medical questions or if you are a patient of another doctor and are contacting him because your doctor is unavailable.* If you have been a patient at our reversal center and have specific questions about your medical care you should contact the reversal staff directly at (919) 977-5050.

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If you are considering reversal surgery and have questions about the procedure, fill in the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can! If you would like to speak with a nurse for a Free Consultation then feel free to call us at (919) 977-5050.

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