www.fittobeuntied.com This is a forum for women who have had a tubal ligation and most are now wanting a tubal ligation reversal. It is a place for emotional support after you have had a tubal ligation and are needing emothional support. www.tubal.org This is another forum that you can go to just to get information about a tubal ligation and PTLS which is known as Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. It deals with all the things that happen after the tubal that your doctor didnt tell you about.
Some hospitals in the USA perform the tubal ligation within the same week of your giving birth. Check with your doctor and the hospital where you plan to have your baby, to find out what their policies are.
I suppose you could if you could find a doctor who would do it. If you are asking, "Will a tubal ligation get rid of the baby?", then, no. The baby is forming below the Fallopian tubes.
Some Planned Parenthoods provide tubal ligation, Essure, or vasectomy. Those who don't can refer to you health care providers who do. Call your local family planning office to find out what's available in your area.
How long it takes to lose belly fat after a tubal ligation varies greatly depending on your exercise plan, your food intake, and your body itself. Many people find that they begin losing some fat immediately after the ligation but gain it again if they do not pay attention to their diet.
you can look in your phone book, google it, or ask for a referral from your family doctor or OBGYN.
A physician that reverses the effects of tubal ligation is a fertility specialist. These specialists are oftentimes found in larger cities.
There are no age guidelines or restrictions for tubal ligations in Canada. However it may be very difficult to find a physician who will agree to perform this procedure if you are under 25 years of age.
I have also wondered this. I had a tubal in 2005 and have sometimes regretted it. I have looked on the web and have not found anything about free tubal reversals. I hope you find one and if not maybe God will take matters into his own hands and give you a child. Good luck.
yes if you find a doctor that specializes in tubal reversal and performs myomectomys my doctor will do them at same time but i have pay for reversal insurance wont cover it.
It is covered under MA, only after the age of 21. However, you have to find a doctor/hospital that takes MA, and so far, I have found none that take MA who do tubal ligations.
I am actually wondering if Tubal ligation reversal can be done in Tasmania too. I am hoping to have mine reversed but can't seem to find any info for down here. I also don't know what the first step is I should take.
Legally, no. There may be medical reasons not to perform the surgery after a certain age. You would need to speak with your doctor to find out more.
yes but have to find a doc to do it and meet age requirement I think of 24yrs or older!! I know to have preformed in tx have to be 21 at least with 2 kids.
If you want to reverse your ligation you need to find a very good doctor to do this. The only risk I can see is your age and physical condition. IF you are able to get pregnant there would no risk for a baby. I do know from knowing women who have tried this that the reversal of the ligation didn't work for them. From my understanding once done you are done in making babies.
Dr. David Grimes, in Paducah KY is a good one. He is located in Lourdes Hospital. Tubal ligation is a fairly simple procedure, so it would probably be best for you to find a gynecologist in your area. If you don't personally know of any, you could visit a few for a consultation, ask nurses at the hospital for their opinion, ask friends, or do an online search for reviews of the gynecologists in your area.
Yes, medicaid paid for my tubal ligation.They paid for mine as well, what I didnt find out until years later is they also pay for the husband of the woman on medicaide to have a vasectomy, this has less complications in the long run since most women report having an increase in severity of menstrual cramps. (Something I didnt know before my TL) -sattoritx
I'm afraid this isn't a chat website - we're designed to answer questions and your question is more of a message forum or chat room question seeking people to talk with. Try our Community Forum board and see if you can find anyone!
There are a lot of chat forum for former legionnaires, mostly in French, but one of them, Cervens.net is a forum of the son of a veteran from the Indochina War and is in English. Hello from a former legionnaire.
I cant seem to find any information on this but i had my ligation almost a year ago and my boobs feel significantly larger and I'm measured at a dd now, having always been a b or c gal. No medical evidence but i say it is possible and due most likely to hormonal changes after the procedure.
BCBS is not one company. There are several companies across the country that hold the BC and/or the BS logo. Call your BCBS insurance company to find out your answer.
I haven't been able to find any doctors that will take a payment plan for tubal reversal. Dr. Pabon in Sarasota, FL seems to be the cheapest. It depends on your BMI, but cost range is $4500 - $6500. I'm having mine reversed middle of March 2010.
You can find sport forum on sport's sites.
email someone from an "i am a psychopath" forum. anyone with a more narcissistic chracter will love to talk about themselves ... i do ... or email me i suppose
Where do they do tubal reversals in pittsburgh, pa? and how much are they
One can find the Michigan Sportsman forum on the Michigan Sportsman forum website. There is a specific section called the forum where one would find what they're looking for.