IVF Did Not Work But Tubal Reversal Did!
We tried to get pregnant for 6 months after tubal reversal surgery with no luck. Then we got on clomid for 3 months with no luck.
Then we went through the IVF process; however, we had the genetic testing done on our 6 embryos and all 6 came back with an issue or some type of disorder and we couldn’t use any of them.
We took a break before doing another round of IVF and in the meantime I had to have back surgery.
We got pregnant on our own while I was recovering from back surgery.
Jax was born 2.5 weeks early because I had polyhydramnios and ended up having about 5 gallons (40lbs) of extra fluid. Jax spent 7 days in the NICU due to breathing issues (he had to be incubated). He’s now almost 5 months and has minor health issues, but otherwise he is a happy and healthy baby that is meeting all his milestones.
Thank you so much for helping us with this journey. We don’t know what we would do without him.
Patient age: 40
Tubal ligation type: Resection (tied or cut)
Patient hometown: Palm Bay, Florida
Have you been trying to decide between IVF or Tubal Reversal Surgery?
Dr. Monteith provides advice you should be aware of when trying to decide between IVF or having tubal ligation reversal surgery.
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