TUBAL REVERSAL SURGERY
Any medical procedure or surgery has risks.
We have demonstrated tubal reversal surgery can be safely performed as an outpatient surgery.
Microsurgical tubal ligation reversal, as performed at A Personal Choice, is one of the safest surgeries with one of the lowest complication rates of all operations involving the female pelvic organs.
Risks Of Reversing Tubes
There are two main risk related to reversal surgery: immediate surgical risks and delayed pregnancy risks.
The immediate surgical risks are anesthesia complications, major bleeding, injury to other organs, and surgical incision infections.
The delayed pregnancy risk are increased chance of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
Immediate Surgery Risks
Our Complication Data
Our Quality Management team collects data on every patient and monitors reported surgical complications. Our reversal surgical complication data is as follows:
- Blood Transfusion 0%
- Major Incision Infections <0.5%
- Minor Incision Infections <2%
- Early Operative/Anesthesia complications <0.5%
- Unanticipated MD Visit After Surgery <2%