http://www.tubal-reversal.net/ there is a place in N.C. that has a payment plan startig at about $5400
Looks like it is going to be just over $15k. Your insurance probably won't cover it though. - Tom
I am a mother of two children aged 7 and 5. I got my tubes tied when my daughter was 1 and she will be 6 in December. I recently met the man of my dreams and plan on marrying him. But my dilema is we would like to have a baby of our own someday but we can't afford the cost. Can anyone tell me where is the cheapest place to go and if there is any sort of payment plan involved. I live in Miramichi, NewBrunswick, Canada. I need options. I am hoping somebody out there can help us out. Thank you. Hoping to have answers soon. I want another baby. Hopefull mom from NewBrunswick, Canada
Tubal ligation reversal surgery is much more successful than many realize. I recent study published by Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center fives the actual statistics. The two main factors are the type of ligation that was performed as well as your age at the time of reversal. Another factor to keep in mind is the experience the surgeon has (pretty self explanatory).
No, you can't help your tubes grow back together after a tubal ligation. You need to have tubal reversal surgery. This can cost anywhere from $4500 to over ten thousand dollars. I had reversal surgery and it was a breeze. Not only are my tubes open now, I feel so much better than I did when I had the ligation. There are some freak incidences where tubes have grown back together, but it isn't common.
Depending on the doctor, a tubal reversal can cost between $10,000 to $15,000 in Alabama. Typically, your insurance will not cover any of the cost.
Tubal ligation reversal costs can range from $5,000 to $15,000 depending upon the type of surgery required. Your cost may include separate charges for the surgery, anesthesia, and the hospital or surgical center. Most insurance plans won't cover this procedure so look for ways to cut costs using the tax code, or by purchasing supplemental insurance to cover your pregnancy.
The average cost in the US in $10000-$15000 dollars as stated in a Google Search: "average cost of tubal reversal"
It can be between $4,000.00 to $6,000 dollar's depends on the doctor.
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
Iwant a aother child. When I was 17 I had my tubes clapped I just want one to be reversed. And how much would that cost me.And were r u at in Louisville. Thank you, Hopefully you can help me
The cost of a tubal ligation in the Philippines is between one-third and one-half of what it is in the US. Pices in the US range from $1,500 to $6,000. Prices in the Philippines are approximately $750 to $2,500. Prices canl vary depending on where you have the procedure performed.
YES. however its actually cheaper to try and have a tubal ligation reversal first, as usually that's only about $3,500 where as IVF can be in the $10,000 region. You have just as much chance as a normal fertile woman undergoing IVF, depending of course on you and your partners fertility. Goodluck!
It depends on your dr but most procedures run anywhere from $5000 to $8000.
The cost is about $5400-$6900 at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center located in Chapel Hill North Carolina. Having clips is one of the best procedures to have reversed. Normally the patient is left with longer tubes and there are patients that report pregnancy weekly.
While it is possible the chances are very small. Tubal ligation has less than a 2% failure rate. The failures are mostly seen right after the procedure is done (within the first 3 months) while healing is taking place or many years later (10+) due to the tubes growing back together. However, the later is occurring less and less as tubal ligation is being performed differently than it once was. Women who have had tubal ligation should be aware that they are at greater risk for ectopic pregnancy which can be life threatening. So if you feel that you could be pregnant after having tubal ligation seek medical care as soon as possible. For women deciding that they wish to have children after tubal ligation there have been many medical advances such as Tubal Reversal Surgery. The surgery is expensive and not often covered by insurance but is around 80% effective. Women whom have had tubal ligation can also under go IVF treatments with much success.
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.
The amount that United Healthcare covers for tubal ligation depends on the exact policy that you have and its limitations. it also depends on the reasons for the procedure. The best person to ask is the policy coordinator.
I had a tubal ligation after my fourth child jan of 2011 my periods have been different ever since but I have never had one this long or with as much blood
I had a tubal 5 years ago how much longer must i wait to become pregnant
If it's performed correctly, you won't get pregnant anymore. Beyond that, nothing much.
== == Well it depends really on your location, but there is a much more detailed explanation about the procedure below under related links, so I would check that out. == == == == Tubal reversal surgery is usually very expensive unless you have good insurance.
yes it is ....it mostly depends on how much of the tube was cut ...
In Canada the tubal ligation is covered by Health Care. I live in Alberta and I had mine done January 2005 and it was completely covered. The age is left to the discretion of the doctor providing the tubal. My doctor said as soon as you turn 18 you can have it done, but another doctor said after 25 years of age. Good Luck
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
Probably. It depends upon how much of your tubes were burned and how much damage was done. I had my tubes cut and burned...and ultimately had a reversal. I ended up with 4 & 5 centimeters left after the Tubal Reversal, and am currently pregnant and due in 5 weeks!
How long is probably a discussion to be had with the specialist, first it needs to be determined if it is even possible to try a reversal by studying the medical records of the woman's surgery. If the surgery is done there will be healing time and at some point tests to see if the fallopian tubes healed properly. This is a very individual process, depending on the the method used for the ligation, how the woman heals and the formation of scar tissue. The overall success for a reversal vary greatly from 20% to 70% depending on a woman's age and the damage left after the reversal has healed. The methods that have proved the most successful for positive results after reversal are tubal ligation that was achieved by clips or rings placed around the tubes or the removal of a small section of the fallopian tubes. If there is too much damage to realign the tubes with a fairly equal size piece of fallopian tube on either side, the risk of failure or tubal pregnancy is very high. (Before being severed the tubes are tapered.) Doctors usually will try to talk the woman into IVF or even IVF with donated eggs (depending on her age).