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.
"Some long term affects for someone who is considering a tubal ligation reversal are lower success rates for pregnancies, or the possibility of having to use in-vitro fertilization to aid in the process of conceiving again."
Although natural pregnancy could occur it is very slim. If it does happen naturally there is a very good chance that it would be ectopic. The most natural way to have a child after having a tubal ligation is with tubal ligation reversal. Surprising to many is the fact the tubal reversal has a better pregnancy rate than the alternative treatment of IVF. Not only does tubal ligation reversal have a better success rate it is more natural and less expensive than the alternative.
It is possible to get pregnant naturally after having had a tubal ligation. Your chances are approximately 1.4-2%.
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.
Yes, it's called in vitro. Although sometimes the tubal ligation doesn't work perfectly and a woman can become pregnant.
It is something to discuss with your doctor - the cesareans have less to do with a successful reversal, than scar tissue on the fallopian tubes. Your doctor can use a laparoscopic tool and dye scan to determine the amount of scarring.
After tubal reversal surgery it may time time for your hormones to get back to normal. After a tubal ligation or having ones tubes tied the hormones are generally affected. Once the reversal procedure is performed the body then needs to mend itself as well as readjust to the way it was before the initial ligation. Many times after a woman has had a tubal ligation reversal she will notice that her "periods" take a couple of months to get back to normal. She may also notice she gets a bit emotional at times but this is just due to the hormones fluctuating or getting back to normal. This generally only lasts a month or two.
Depends on ur insurance carrier! Blue cross Blue shield of Illinois ppo does... all that is needed is a 250.00 deductible! If your employer provides this insurance, chances are you are covered...if you are a male and your partner is having a TR(tubal reversal) it wont cover unless you are married! Personal Experience!
After having a tubal ligation procedure you will still menstruate. There are also no hormonal changes when you have the tubal ligation procedure.
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