Search Results for: "fimbriectomy"
April 05, 2010 · No Comments
Pregnancy announcements from A Personal Choice for the 4th week of March 2010. Marcie G. from Checotah, Oklahoma posts: “Thanks you from the bottom of my heart because without you I couldn’t have gotten this 2nd chance to have another child.”
February 24, 2010 · No Comments
Pregnancy announcements from A Personal Choice for the 3rd week of February 2010. Donna H. from Edison, New Jersey posts: “We can not believe it. A positive pregnancy test. Thank you so much to Dr. Monteith and all of the staff at A Personal Choice.”
May 25, 2008 · No Comments
At A Personal Choice, we want to maximize the chances for pregnancy after tubal ligation reversal for all of our patients. One step that is helpful in planning for a tubal reversal procedure is examining the pathology report from a patient’s medical record. When a tubal ligation and resection procedure has been performed, a segment of fallopian tube was removed and most likely sent to a pathologist. Therefore, a pathology report should exist in the patient’s medical record. A pathology report will help our tubal reversal doctors determine exactly what was done during a ligation and resection procedure and what your chances of tubal reversal success will be.
May 20, 2008 · No Comments
Experience is the most important indicator of whether successful tubal reversal surgery can be performed when a woman has a difficult tubal reversal situation due to short tubes, missing tubal segments, fimbriectomy, or inherent diseases of the tubes. While most doctors would be unwilling – or unable – to perform a reversal procedure in one of these situations, Dr. Gary Berger is able to repair the tubes in 98% of cases, regardless of the type of sterilization that has been performed or whether difficult situations are encountered.
December 04, 2007 · No Comments
Salpingostomy is creating an opening in the fallopian tube. Salpingostomy is the appropriate tubal reversal procedure when the end closest to the ovary is closed and the fallopian tube has not been divided into separate segments. This is what results from a fimbriectomy tubal ligation.
November 20, 2007 · No Comments
Almost every article one reads about tubal ligation stresses that it is permanent. Most doctors and the lay public believe this to be true. In my experience, however, tubal ligation is reversible in over 95% cases! Doctors stress that tubal ligation is a permanent method birth control because it cannot be discontinued easily such as […]
November 19, 2007 · No Comments
People often wonder “If I do get the tubal reversal procedure done, what are the chances I’ll conceive?” Dr. Berger is the only doctor who tracks his specific success rate – others doctors will just quote what has been published elsewhere or what they think the success rate should be. Dr. Berger has taken the time […]