Reversing Ligation And Resection
The mother of this cute baby had reversal of ligation and resection tubal ligation. She sent this photo as a testimonial proving this method of tubal ligation can be reversed with success!
Patient age: 39
Tubal ligation type: Resection (tied or cut)
Patient hometown: Midlothian, Virginia
What is a ligation and resection tubal ligation?
Ligation means to tie. Resection means to cut.
Ligation and resection tubal ligation is very common and is usually performed at the time of c-section or within 24 hours of a vaginal birth.
During this type of tubal ligation, the doctor ligates (or ties off) a small portion of the fallopian tube. The doctor then performs a resection (cutting and removing) the small section of tube that was tied. The causes separation of the fallopian tube and permanent tubal blockage.
To reverse a ligation and resection tubal ligation the closed ends of each tube needs to be opened and the opened ends surgically rejoined. Reversing ligation and resection tubal ligation provides a 60% to 70% chance of pregnancy.
For more information on the success rates of reversing different types of tubal ligation: Success rates of reversing different tubal ligation methods
Want more information about reversing ligation and resection tubal ligation?
A Personal Choice Tubal Reversal Center is in Raleigh, North Carolina and specializes in reversing tubal ligation, Essure, and vasectomy.
Dr. Monteith specializes in helping couples get surgical results they are happy with… and having more beautiful children!
Tubal ligation is a very common procedure. Tubal ligation regret is a very common problem. Dr. Monteith helps couples by offering an affordable solution to tubal reversal regret.
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