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TR Miracle Baby – Tubal Reversal Testimonial #694

January 25, 2008   ·   No Comments

“Every time we look at our TR miracle baby boy we think of Dr. Berger and everyone at A Personal Choice who helped make him possible.” Monique and Emil B.

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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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Reversal of Tubal Ligation By Clips and Rings

November 28, 2007   ·   No Comments

Tubal Ligation by Falope Ring and Hulka Clip The Falope ring and Hulka clip are occlusive methods of tubal ligation. They block the fallopian tubes, but no tubal segments are clamped, removed, or burned. The Falope ring is also referred to as the tubal ring or tubal band. It constricts a segment of the fallopian […]

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Why Tubal Reversal Part 2

November 25, 2007   ·   No Comments

About Me Sometimes patients ask about my background and why I became a tubal reversal doctor. (It’s a fair question, since I ask them what made them decide to have a tubal reversal.) I usually tell them about my first year after medical school when I was an intern in medicine at Duke University Hospital […]

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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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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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“Thank you so much for making it possible to bring these two amazing people into our lives.”

– Saratoga Springs, New York

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“You are my heroes. We can never thank you enough.”

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

– Buckatunna, Mississippi

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“Ivy is our second Monteith Miracle!”

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

– Colorado Springs, Colorado

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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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