Our little post ablation tubal ablation reversal miracle is growing so fast! We just love her to pieces ❤️ !
Thanks Dr. Monteith for making this possible.
Patient age: 37
Tubal ligation type: Tubal clips (clamps)
Patient hometown: Naperville, Illinois
To see the original testimonial for this baby:
Pregnancy After Endometrial Ablation: It Can Be Done!
Getting Pregnant After Endometrial Ablation
In general pregnancy is not recommended after endometrial ablation because each pregnancy is at much higher risk of a complication. These risk of getting pregnant after ablation are:
- Higher risk of miscarriage
- Fetal growth problems
- Still birth
- High risk deliveries (C-section and hysterectomy)
We do provide tubal reversal to women who have a history of endometrial ablation because pregnancy is possible.
Women considering reversal after an endometrial ablation should educate themseleves about the risks of becoming pregnant after endometrial ablation.
Risks Of Pregnancy After Ablation: Educate Yourself
We have written these five informative blog articles to better educate those who are considering pregnancy after endometrial ablation procedure.
Can you have tubal reversal after endometrial ablation?
We have two requirements for you to be considered a candidate for ligation reversal surgery after endometrial ablation:
- You must have regular periods
- You must complete an office/phone consultation
Regular periods. To be considered a candidate for tubal reversal after ablation we require you be having regular (every month) periods of at least three (3) days duration.
If you are not having regular periods or these periods are less then three days duration then we cannot consider you an acceptable candidate for tubal reversal. There are no treatments to increase the health of your lining if your lining has been damaged by an ablation procedure.
Office/phone consultation. We require all patients who have reversal at our facility after an ablation to have a mandatory phone or office consultation with Dr. Monteith before they can schedule.
The purpose of this consultation is to fully inform patients about the potential risks of pregnancy after an ablation procedure.
For more information on how to schedule a phone/office consultation:
Endometrial ablation phone/office consultation