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A 32-year-old female asked:

Im 32 and remarried. in 2005 i had my tubes tied. now we want a baby what's the best way to go?

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Dr. Mark Perloe
Fertility Medicine 47 years experience
Surgery vs IVF: In most centers IVF is a more cost effective option. You will avoid abdominal surgery, avoid a prolonged recovery and often have the opportunity for a future pregnancy using frozen embryos. You can select to transfer one embryo at a time to reduce the risk of multiple births.
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Last updated Dec 16, 2015

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