She needs to talk to a doctor about having it reversed. It will cost about 8000 dollars and there probably isn't an insurance that will cover any of it. And it's not always 100% reversable. There is a chance that it won't be reversed successfully. Have you considered IVF? its cheaper than having the tubal reversed.
There are ALWAYS chances of births defects especially as you get older but not directly related to having a tubal ligation reversed
Yes it is possible. Having clamps and then having the procedure reversed leads to excellent healthy fallopian tube lengths. This is one of the best tubal ligation methods to reverse.
Practicaly the chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are zero.
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It's just a waiting game, some people get pregnant, some don't. Only 1 in 1000 women get pregnant when they have a tubal. It's not something you can plan. Chances of a non-viable pregnancy are really common with pregnancies after tubal ligation.
If you have had a tubal ligation and you want to become pregnant, it may happen, but you'll have better chances if you have a surgical procedure to reverse the tubal ligation. There is no guarantee that you'll experience success after a reversal, but the ability to reverse a tubal ligation is there and it will dramatically increase your chances of becoming pregnant again. Here is a website related to your question. HTH. http://www.amazingpregnancy.com/pregnancy-articles/486.html
Yes clipped tubes can be reversed. The procedure is called a tubal ligation reversal and the pregnancy rate is very good. The following is a short list as to why patients have chosen tubal reversal over the alternative treatment of IVF.More natural way to conceive.Once surgery is complete no need for further treatment and able to have more than one child without added treatment.More cost effective.No medications involved for conception.reduces the chances of having multiple births for a single pregnancy unlike IVF.
Tubal reversal, which many doctors now perform, can work. But your chances of ectopic pregnancy are much higher due to possible tubal damage. You can probably also get Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) or InVitro Fertilization (IVF). Talk about your options with your OB/GYN or a fertility specialist.
chances of pregnancy may still be high, but chances of another eptopic pregnancy may be higher. eptopic pregancies are mostly cause to tubal blockage etc. If you still have some type of tubal/introuteral issue you may end up pregnant in the same situation. this is something i would speak with your doctor about. Its best if you want to conceive to make sure you have no female issues that will create a problem like eptopic pregnancy. im sure you and your doctor can check it out and you can be pregnant and have a healthy baby in no time. best wishes! :)
== == PLEASE remember there ARE women who have had the cauterization of tubes done and DID conceive afterwards... nothing is impossible concerning pregnancy! Trust ME preg # 11 You can most certainly get pregnant after a tubal has been performed. But the chances are low, so trying to get pregnant would probably not work out and will only cause pain and frustration for you. Good luck :)
AnswerIt 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
A tubal reversal is a surgical procedure where the initial tubal sterilization (aka tubes tied) is reversed and an attempt is made to make the woman fertile again.
Yeah it can be reversed but it may not be as effective as it was prior to having the surgery.
The tubal clamp is done during a tubal litigation procedure. It is meant to be a lifelong procedure, although it is not guaranteed to be 100% effective. It is reversible, but it does not guarantee that the woman will be able to conceive.
No.You have to get the tubal reversed first. Unless you do that anything else won't matter.
Very, very rarely. If the procedure is done poorly or incorrectly
No special preparation is required. You need to mentally prepare that you do not want any more children and that this is a permanent procedure . Although technically it can be reversed, the chances of success in reversal are very poor.
Yes they can try but pregnancy is not guaranteed and there is a bigger risk for ectopic.
you cannot get it reversed
Yes. It's called tubal libation reversal surgery.
Often it can be reversed. Experienced gynecologists, who have been specially trained to put the delicate tubes back together, are able to perform a reversal through a Microsurgical Tubal Reanastomosis (MTR). For general information about tubal reversal procedures, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Links.
yes you can....my cousin had a tubal and proceeded to get pregnant and have a healthy child a year later