Is Tubal Reversal A Long Shot Surgery?
Extremely blessed! Our baby girl has been desired for the past 8 years. In 2019 we decided to move forward with what we thought was a long shot tubal reversal!
We did our research and decided to travel 700 miles to the best overall tubal reversal Doctor in the country/world for female tubal reversals to remove the clamps that were put in 12 years ago.
My tubal reversal surgery was on March 6, 2019 and was a success. I became pregnant within weeks and our angel was born December 23rd 2019. We’re truly blessed and thankful for all those who attended us at A Personal Choice.
A big hug to Dr. Monteith.
Patient age: 38
Tubal ligation type: Tubal clips (clamps)
Patient hometown: St Cloud, Florida
Tubal Reversal Not A Long Shot Chance By Any Means
Many people think tubal reversal surgery has no chance of working at all…the proverbial long shot surgery!
The reality is that tubal reversal provides more than just a long shot chance. Overall about 2 out of every 3 patients become pregnant after tubal reversal surgery. The chance of pregnancy is highest for women who have had tubal clips, tubal rings, or small pieces removed from their tubes as their methods for tubal ligation. Women under that age of 40 have the best chance at getting pregnant!
Tubal reversal surgery can be very successful for many women…each month you have a chance to become pregnant. The chances add up each month and you also have the chance to become pregnant more than once.
Many people mistakenly believe in-vitro fertilization (IVF) provides the best chance at pregnancy. The reality is that IVF is more expensive and not as successful as tubal ligation reversal.
- A single cycle of IVF costs around $14,000 and the average success is 40%.
- Tubal Reversal costs around $6,000 and the average success is 60%.
Tubal reversal is more affordable and more successful. Tubal reversal can provide a great opportunity to become a mother again.
Don’t think of the surgery as a long shot gamble!