Tubal Ligation Reversal
You had a tubal ligation done some years ago but now you’re starting to think twice about it. Your life circumstances have changed; you have gotten remarried or you and your partner would like to expand your family again. Considering pregnancy after tubal ligation is not uncommon.
In fact, some 25% of women who have had their "tubes tied" decide to get them "untied" through a tubal ligation reversal.
Reversal of Tubal Ligation
A tubal ligation reversal is not that different from tubal ligation surgery. However, this time, instead of having your fallopian tubes snipped, burned, clipped or non-surgically blocked, they will be reattached or unblocked. A tubal reversal can be done at some fertility clinics as well as in the hospital. Those doctors and companies listed above represent some of the best in the business and are a good starting point if you are considering a tubal ligation reversal.
Tubal Reversals vs. IVF
If you have had your tubes tied, you may be thinking that perhaps IVF is a simpler route to go. While IVF treatment is fairly effective, tubal reversals actually have a higher pregnancy rate associated with them. Additionally, a tubal reversal is less costly.
So how likely are you to get pregnant after a tubal ligation reversal? More than two-thirds of women who had a reverse tubal ligation reported conceiving within one year of the procedure. If you would like to have another child after getting your tubes tied, consider having a tubal ligation reversal.