The best thing to do would be to have a consultation with a doctor who specializes in this. It has been a really long time since your tubes have been burned. But a doctor would know what your chances are.
I am not sure what you are asking.Ther are two ways 1.They cut and cauterize your tubes and that is not reversible...2. They put clamps on tubes which just sort of squeezes tube so tight nothing can get through,,which is reversible but is a hard surgery and long recuperation.Even with surgery it is not guaranteed that you can conceive..
Good chance that won't happen. There are ways to reverse a tubal ligation, but that is simply untying the fallopian tubes, since your tubes were burnt and tied, it is not impossible to have it reversed, just a bit more complicated. And even if the procedure is done, there is never a guarantee that the tubes will function properly. A lot of damage is done during the process of tying and even more during the burning. It's not impossible, but it is unlikely Best best would be to talk to your OB-GYN, preferably the one who tied your tubes.
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