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Can You Get Pregnant Without A Tubal Reversal
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Tubal reversal: No way to say as there is no practical way other than time to tell if the reversal was successful. ...Read more
Do you believe in Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. If so, how do I get a tubal reversal paid for by my insurance company?
Post tubal syndrome: Yes, many women experience shortening of their menstrual cycle frequency due to an interruption of a blood vessel that traverses under the Fallopian tube from the uterus. Cycles of 18 to 21 days often occur. Reversing a tubal can be expensive and if cut in more than one place, impossible. Insurance companies almost never will pay for the procedure. ...Read more
Depends: Depending on the type of tubal ligation was done. Because the tube is readily accessible, the physician will usually cut, tie and burn a large segment. The more damage a tube undergoes, the less chances that it can be repaired or that the repair will work. How much tube is left to repair. The fallopian tube needs a minimal amount of length and structure for it to be a functional tube. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Fertility can be obtained after a tubal ligation either through surgical repair (if amenable to reversal) or through ivf (tubal bypass). Tubal reversal success will depend on health of the tubes as well as chances to conceive overall. Ivf does not require tubes and therefore success will depend on the age of the female as well as presence of other infertility factors. ...Read more
What if I went and did the tubal reversal so I could get pregnant. I never had them burned or anything. How high is the percentage of me concieveing?
At 23, very good: The length of time your tubes are tied is a zero factor. Success depends on three factors: 1. Skill of the surgeon, 2. Length of tubal segments remaining, and 3. Age of the patient. In skilled hands, the surgery is safe and the risk of an ectopic is less than 5%. An operative report may help but is not always "accurate". Ivf is also an option but generally costs a lot more. In your age group, 70+%. ...Read more
Certainly: She should be able to. You would need to talk with the surgeon to find out if he/she has specific restrictions, limitations, or misgivings about whether it is right for you. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on many factors. Most importantly age. As women get older, ovaries diminish in egg numbers and quality. Even though the tubes can be reversed in an older woman her ovaries may not allow for a pregnancy. Therefore a thorough evaluation for other fertility factors prior to a tubal reversal may be needed. ...Read more
I would like to do a tubal reversal. I was inserted the falope ring. No cut no burn. Is there anyway I can get a reversal? And how much? I am 37.
I had 1 to 1.5cm cut from each tube and clamped 4 1/2 years ago and wanted to know if could still get pregnant without undergoing a tubal reversal?
I had a tubal reversal four yrs ago and still can't get pregnant I was on Clomid (clomiphene) for awhile and nothing happened so I just kinda gave up?
Hysterosalpingogram: The next step is an x-ray called an hsg to see if the tubes are open. This will tell you if the reversal was successful. ...Read more
What if Clomid isn't enough? I had a tubal reversal in april 2010. Late september 2010 I had an HSG and was told my left tube was 90% closed. I was put on 50 mg Clomid on days 3-7. I was unable to get pregnant. A couple months ago I was put on 100mg clomi
Probably not: If you are already ovulating, Clomid (clomiphene) alone does little to change fertility. It would depend on the condition of the tubes. Age comes into play greatly. If you are not conceiving in this long of time, you should definitely talk to a fertility specialist and not waste any more time. ...Read more
I'm a 42 yr old female, that desire to become pregnant. I had a laparoscopic tubal ligation with fulguration of the tube 1.5 cm (bilateral) in Aug 1999, is it possible to get a tubal reversal?
If you had a tubal litigation 17 years ago do you have a better chance of getting pregnant without a tubal reversal?
Not necessarily: The length of time your tubes are tied is a zero factor. Success depends on three factors: 1. Skill of the surgeon, 2. Length of tubal segments remaining, and 3. Age of the patient. In skilled hands, the surgery is safe and the risk of an ectopic is less than 5%. An operative report may help but is not always "accurate". Ivf is also an option but generally costs a lot more. Hope this helps. ...Read more
No: First of all not all hospitals have the equipment. Also you must have a doctor who specializes in that and has experience. And now most of them are performed with robotic surgery so that hospital must have that equipment as well ...Read more
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Can I have a tubal reversal if I had this procedure done. I had a bilateral partial salpingectomies, including bilateral fimbriectomies done.
If you had your tubes and fimbriae removed, there is no tube left to reverse the procedure.
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What can u do naturally to help tube function after tubal reversal. If it has stuff blocking the inside are even to see if there still connected..
If the tube is block: Blocked after reversal that is bad and u will need in vitro, a reversal should only be done if there is an excellent chance of tubal patency after the procedure there is nothing naturally that u can do. ...Read more
Several in DFW: There are several facilities in dfw that offer this service. I happen to be one of the physicians in dfw that offers this service. If interested, you will first need to have an office consultation to review your history, the operative record for the tubal ligation (if available), and go over the options and the details of tubal reversal surgery. Good luck. ...Read more
Only for pregnancy: You may be asking about tubal reversal in relation to insurance coverage. Unfortunately there is no medical necessity for reversing a tubal ligation other than to afford the possibility of concieving. And sadly, many insurance companies do not consider that medically necessary. ...Read more
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