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Can Tubes Untie Them Selfs After 5 Years If I Was Only 24 When If Was Done
No.: They are not just tied but cut as well. ...Read more
Tubal Reversal?: Tubal reversal is one of the few surgeries that are successful. However, as mentioned by others, the type of btl, the length of tube left, the quality of sperm and your health matter. Not every rei specialist is skillful with microsurgery because none of us do many of these surgeries anymore. Ivf may be just as or more successful and no more expensive. Reversal good if you want mult kids. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I have had my tubes tied for five years what are my options on having more kids with my soon to be husband?
Tubal surgery: Tubal microsurgery to reverse tubal ligation or repair damaged tubes are still performed in some centers, although not as used to be decades ago before the advances in assisted fertilization technology, so long you have your ovaries and womb functioning well you stand a good chance for having more kids, consult an infertility specialist, good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Its: expensive and not a guarantee of a reversal ...Read more
Im 26 years old my tubes are tied but i want a baby...I had it done in 2009...What are my opitions?
Fresh eggs: It may be technically possible to get the tubes repaired but the problem is getting them to work again after they were tied.. A fertility dr could help you ovulate & harvest some eggs through a laparoscope. Your husbands sperm could be added to the eggs and the resulting embryos placed into your womb. Difficult & expensive but possible. ...Read more
My tubes have been tied for 6 years and i just recently had a d & c procedure done and i was wondering if that could untie my tubes?
I have had my tubes tied clipped and burned and its been 7 years ago since i had that done is there anyway i could have a baby later on?
Tubal ligation: .. reversal can be done, though the success rate for pregnancy after a tubal ligation procedure is 10% or less. It is not recommended as the reversal surgery will incur more scar tissue on the adnexa (connective tissue part of the ovaries to the uterus) which in turn will lessen the chance of successful passage of an ovum from the fallopian tubes. So, achieving pregnancy is highly unlikely. ...Read more
Are there signs in your body that can help to find out if my tubes are still tied, I had my tubal ligation done almost 12 years ago?
Tubal ligation: Tubal ligation is one of the most effective methods of birth control. In general, about 95 out of every 100 women who get their tubes tied will never become pregnant. But in some cases the tube(s) may grow back together, making pregnancy possible. The risk of pregnancy is higher in women who have a tubal ligation at a young age. There are imaging techniques to assess the fallopian tubes. ...Read more