Reversing Tied Cut Tubes: Thanks Dr. Monteith And Team
Evyanna Melissa – born on 11/27/19 @ 37 wks. 6lbs 12oz healthy baby girl. Thank you Dr. Monteith & team!
Patient age: 30
Tubal ligation type: Resection (tied or cut)
Patient hometown: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Want to see great evidence of success: Five Babies After Reversing Tied And Cut Tubes
Can You Reverse Tied And Cut Tubes?
Many people mistakenly think you can’t reverse tied and cut tubes. They think it is simply not possible!
This Oklahoma City mother’s testimony offers proof pregnancy is possible after reversing tied and cut tubal ligation.
During a tubal ligation, some doctors will tie the middle section of the fallopian tube with suture. These doctors will then cut out the small middle section of tube between the two sutures. The sutures will eventually dissolve and go away. The cut tubal ends will then heal closed.
The tube is closed and sperm cannot find an egg. The egg also cannot find the sperm. The egg will eventually die and be absorbed by the woman’s body.
Tubes can be reversed if the were cut and tied. Tubal ligation reversal operation allows the tubal ends to be rejoined. During this surgical procedure the damaged ends of the fallopian tubes are opened and the healthy ends rejoined. This restores the woman’s ability to become pregnant again.
More information: What is the success rate of reversing tied and cut tubes?
On average the pregnancy success rate of reversal of tied and cut tubes is approximately 60%. The chance of pregnancy depends on the length of tube removed during the tubal ligation and the age of the mom to be at the time of reversal surgery.
Reversing Tied Cut Tubes?
Dr. Monteith offers a free review of tubal ligation records and will let potential patients know if they are a candidate for reversal surgery.
If you would like more of a guarantee your tubes can be reversed, Dr. Monteith offers patients an optional screening laparoscopy procedure. He is the only reversal doctor who offers patients screening laparoscopy and refund if tubes cannot be repaired.
For more information: Optional screening laparoscopy
For more information on how to send your records to Dr. Monteith for a free review: Sending records for review
Dr. Monteith can reverse the tubes in over 98% of patients who have surgery at his center.