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Tubal Reversal After 40 : IVF Risks

February 23, 2009   ·   No Comments

IVF is widely accepted as a treatment for infertility for many causes including blocked or tied fallopian tubes. To maximize the pregnancy rate, it is a common practice to implant multiple embryos. This leads to the risk of multiple gestation, which occurs in 1 of 3 IVF pregnancies. The recent birth of octuplets in the US is a dramatic example of the risks of IVF.

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The Tubal Reversal Journey Of Georgia Peach

February 20, 2009   ·   No Comments

Tanya (aka Georgia Peach) will soon be a future patient of A Personal Choice. She will be detailing her journey for more children and improving her worsening menstrual symptoms through tubal ligation reversal. In this article, she introduces herself and her husband, provides her background, and her reasons for choosing to have a tubal ligation reversal.

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Tubal Ligation Reversal After 40 | Pregnancy and Infertility

January 29, 2009   ·   No Comments

This article on the Tubal Reversal Blog from A Personal Choice discusses the impact of age upon pregnancy or infertility. Dr. Charles Monteith discusses his experiences practicing high risk obstetrics and the concept of advanced maternal age.

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IVF Alternative | Tubal Surgery

December 31, 2008   ·   No Comments

The tubal reversal doctors at A Personal Choice perform tubal surgery as an alternative to in vitro fertilization (IVF) for treating infertility as well as for reversing sterilization. The advantages of tubal surgery compared with IVF are its higher pregnancy rate, lower cost, and the ability to become pregnant naturally and more than one time if so desired.

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Tubal Ligation Reversal at 46: Patricia’s Story

December 05, 2008   ·   No Comments

Patricia is a 46 year-old entrepreneurial mother of three who traveled to A Personal Choice for her tubal ligation reversal. Patricia describes her reasons for tubal ligation, her remarriage, and her desire to have more children after tubal ligation. She explains the hesitancy she felt about becoming an ‘older’ parent and her decision to have reversal surgery. She also inspires readers by having had an original idea to improve the lives of others, resulting in the development and marketing of a new sports product called the Yackle Ball.

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Psychological Conditions or Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome?

September 25, 2008   ·   No Comments

Several common psychological conditions can mimic Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS). These include major depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This is the fifth part of a 14 article series about Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome published by the tubal reversal specialists at A Personal Choice.

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Guilt or Regret about Tubes Tied…

September 23, 2008   ·   No Comments

The decision to have one’s tubes tied (tubal ligation) is often made under stressful circumstances. This can lead to regret and guilt over the decision. Some women choose to have their tubes untied to relieve the burdens of regret or guilt as well as to be able to have another child after a tubal ligation.

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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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