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My address to former and future friends………

August 18, 2008   ·   No Comments

Dr. Monteith addresses his motivations behind his decision to leave a successful practice in obstetrics and gynecology. His vivid memories of his general practice grandfather, his despondency in practicing modern medicine, and his desire to make a significant impact upon the lives of his patients led him to enter a career in tubal ligation reversal. The ability to help thousands of women overcome the impact of past decisions and add value to their lives and families was an irresistible urge for him.

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Week number two: A beautiful ligation reversal

August 04, 2008   ·   No Comments

Dr. Charles Monteith shares how one North Carolina woman beat the odds. Told that her tubes were irreversible after tubal ligation surgery, this touching story of one couple’s tubal reversal journey reveals that anything is possible. Read as Dr. Monteith explains step by step this remarkable story of hope.

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My First Official Day as a Tubal Ligation Reversal Specialist

July 25, 2008   ·   No Comments

Dr. Charles Monteith describes his first day as a tubal ligation reversal specialist. “My first day ‘untying tubes’ was wonderful and all of the surgeries went well… All patients have had at least one tube opened or successfully reversed.”

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A Man With a Mission: An Interview with America’s Leading Tubal Reversal Surgeon

July 14, 2008   ·   No Comments

Dr. Gary Berger of A Personal Choice is known across the globe for his expertise in tubal reversal surgery. In a recent interview with America’s leading tubal reversal doctor, he reveals how tubal ligation reversal became his mission and why helping women untie their tubes continues to be his passion after 28 years in the field.

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Unexpected Finding During Tubal Ligation Reversal

July 10, 2008   ·   No Comments

This case report is about an IVF nurse who was familiar the pros and cons of tubal ligation reversal vs IVF. She and her husband decided ligation reversal was a more appropriate path for them. She was a knowledgeable medical professional. She understood what it meant to have a tubal ligation. Many patients of all walks of life will have changes of heart as their lives change. Even medical professionals will make health care decisions for themselves that later may turn out to not be right for them. In her case, the surgical techniques of tubal anastomosis and microsurgical salpingostomy were used to repair the fallopian tubes.

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A Personal Choice Meets Momzilla

June 24, 2008   ·   No Comments

Momzilla is the public display name of a member of the Tubal Reversal Message Board. She came to A Personal Choice seeking relief of symptoms that developed after she had undergone a tubal ligation. She is one of many women who report the onset of many symptoms they associate with tubal sterilization that have been described as Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS). She is reporting daily about her experiences related to tubal ligation and tubal reversal to other interested women on the Tubal Reversal Message Board.

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Why Women Get Tied Tubes Untied

June 21, 2008   ·   No Comments

Some women seek to have their tubes untied for many reasons other than to have another child after tubal ligation. Some of the reasons are to: relieve symptoms associated with a tubal ligation (PTLS), feel whole again, be like God intended them to be, comply with their religious tenants, relieve regret of a prior mistake, correct a decision made during a past and difficult relationship, or fill the emptiness from the loss of a child or another loved one.

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Tubal Ligation Reversal: A Patient’s Story

June 17, 2008   ·   No Comments

This is one of the case histories of tubal reversal patients at A Personal Choice. She is a 33 year old mother of three from West Virginia. Women travel from all over the US and the world to have their tubal ligation reversal performed at A Personal Choice. It is the only medical facility that exists specifically and exclusively for tubal ligation reversal surgery.

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Doctors’ Attitudes About Tubal Ligation Reversal

June 12, 2008   ·   No Comments

At A Personal Choice, we welcome patients questions. Whether you’re wondering about tubal reversal pregnancy rates, PTLS, or how to talk to your doctor about having your tubes untied, we address all of your concerns about issues related to tubal ligation reversal.

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