Can a tubal reversal be done if the fimbria was removed?
You will need to speak to a medical professional about this as your doctor will have all of your case notes and relevant medical history.
What is fimbrioplasty I had a tubal ligation with the fimbriae removed and a reversal done 12 years later. Can I still have children?
Reconstructive or corrective surgery on the fimbria of a damaged or blocked fallopian tube. In the female reproductive system, the fimbria (female reproductive system) is a fringe of tissue near the ovary leading to the Fallopian tube. If the procedure is successful and your ovaries are in tact, you could conceive
Answer It depends on how much of the tube was damaged during the tubal ligation. A reversal doctor would be able to look at your post-op reports and tell you what you chances for a successfull reversal are. nothing was wrong with my tubes when I had it done they done it at the time of a c-section I would like to know how possible is it to have it all reversed
your chances of becoming pregnant with out a tubal reversal are slim to none. I know its not the answer you were hoping for but its the truth. tubaligations are considered permanant birth control. some times your bady can self heal itself. but again that is not very likely. it has happened but the percentage is very low. your other optin would be ivf.
Whilst the procedure is successful in up to 95-98% the chances of becoming pregnant are some times considerably lower than normal. I found you a link (See below related link) they explain: Most of our patients become pregnant after tubal reversal. Our pregnancy statistics show that approximately 70% of all patients will report pregnancy. The success rate can be as high as 90% depending on the type of tubal ligation and age of the patient…
You have two choices. First, you could get a tubal reversal. You would need to get a copy of your operative report and find out how much of your tubes were burned. Then fax this to a tubal reversal expert and they can tell you whether you are a candidate for a reversal. If not then your second choice would be IVF. They would remove eggs from your ovaries, fertilize them with the sperm of…
Abstinence. A woman who has had a hysterectomy (uterus removed) or oophorectomy (ovaries removed), stands zero chance of conceiving. Even a tubal ligation (for a woman ) or a vasectomy (for a man) has a small failure rate from either a poorly done procedure or self reversal by the cut, tied and burned tubes reconnecting.
Do you mean intrauterine insemination? With this procedure, semen/sperm is placed inside the uterus by a small flexible catheter that goes into the vagina and through the cervix. Tubal ligation involves blocking the fallopian tubes, making it nearly impossible for an egg to reach the uterus, and also nearly impossible for the sperm to meet the egg. So intrauterine insemination would not be helpful after a tubal ligation. The two options for pregnancy after tubal…
According to the literature, no. The surgery would require removal of part of the fallopian tubes, therefore rendering them useless in getting pregnant. That's why this is a permanent form of birth control. Yes, it can be done and has been by at least two tubal reversal doctors. Check out this URL to see what I mean: http://www.tubal-reversal.net/blog/tag/essure