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How Can I Have My Tubes Untied To Have Another Baby
Tubal: Your best option is to see a reproductive endocrinologist. They are the best suited to do the microsurgery necessary to reverse your tubal and would give you the best chances at becoming pregnant. ...Read more
Is it possible for me to have a baby when I have had mi tubes tied im really wanting another baby an i don't know if i will be able to sence i ahve had my tubes tied
Get evaluated: For a possible tubal reversal or if that cannot be done then u have to do invitro fertilization that bypasses the tubes , I am sure your gyn can refer u to an infert specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
I have my tubes tied but I wanted to know the safest way to have more children without untying my tubes?
IVF: A fertility center can stimulate your body to produce eggs, which they remove & fertilize with dads sperm. The resulting embryo is placed in your womb after they get it ready. There are no guarantees it will work, but it does bypass the tubes.It is rarely covered by insurance so be prepared to spend considerable funds. ...Read more
Can you give me an estamate of how much it costs to have my tubes untied? I really want to have a baby with my now husband
Ivf how much dose this procedure cost was thinking about having another child my tubes are tied got them done 5yrs ago also i wanted to know can my tubes come untied and i get pregnant will i be able to have the baby
The : The decision to either have a tubal ligation reversal surgery or proceed with in vitro fertilization depends on several factors: type of surgery to ligate your tubes (some methods are easier to reverse than others), your age and fertility potential, your long term plans (one pregnancy or more - if you reverse the tubal ligation you will have to consider birth control method options in the future), and cost. The decision should be made with guidance from a reproductive endocrinologist (an obgyn with subspeciality training in infertility). This type of physician can usually provide both options and will be able to counsel you on your individual chances with each procedure based on your personal history. I hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: BUT...they will have to be opened back up surgically. Even then, it is not a sure thing. You need to see a reproductive specialist who works with this surgery. Not sure where you live, so I would ask the doctor who clamped them in the first place to refer you. ...Read more
I got my tube clamped about year ago but can't afford to get them undone how can I get pregnant with them clamped and have a normal pregnancy?
I want to have a baby but my tubes are clamped for abt 15 yrs so what can do?how can I get pegrant with my tubes being clamped?
Surgical Reversal: You will need surgical reversal if you wish to get pregnant the old fashion way. ...Read more
Do it cost to have a hysterosalpinggogram? I just wish my tubes wasn't tied because now I want a baby and I can't afford the operation. What can I do
Tubes tied: If you know your tubes are tied then there is probably not a good reason to do a hysterosalpingogram. It would just show you what you already know that your tubes are tied. In vitro fertilization, adoption and tubal reversal are the methods to have a baby after your tubes are tied. ...Read more
I have had my tubes tied 4 6 years today. Is their any way my tubes can come untied without having to go to the dr office? If so how would I do that?
No: Rarely a tied tube can grow back(open again) but in almost all cases you will need surgery to open them again.There is nothing you can do yourself. ...Read more
I want to get pregnant again but my doctor cut my fallopian tubes I have three kids and i had all of them by C-section but i want to get pregnant again but my doctor cut my fallopian tubes and i want to know if their is a way or a procedure i can fallow t
You : You have 2 basic options for achieving another pregnancy: surgical sterilization reversal and in vitro fertilization (ivf). You need to seek care from a reproductive surgeon or reproductive endocrinologist to determine the best option for you. Your dr. Will need to know the specific technique used to cut your fallopian tubes (ideally they would like to review the operation report), your general health and some reproductive fertility assessment tests. Sterilization reversal is one of the few reproductive surgeries that offers a high success rate. The surgery requires an operative microscope in order to remove the scar tissue around the ends of the tube that was cut and to sew them together. Not every surgeon is trained to perform microsurgery therefore you should seek out a surgeon with experience. Ivf does not require that your fallopian tubes be open. Ivf is a good option for situations in which the sterilization surgery removed a large amount of fallopian tube, the woman's age is older than 35-38 years or or there is also a male factor involved such that the sperm has a low potential for fertilizing the egg. You did not state in your question whether this is the same partner that created the first 3 children or whether you may have a new partner and he may or may not be fertile. In order to choose between these 2 treatment options, we need to determine that there would be sufficient to that the end of the sterilization reversal to yield a high probability of success compared to ivf, that your fertility potential is not compromised suggesting a small window of opportunity to achieve pregnancy, that your husband has normally functioning sperm and it you are willing to investigate at least one year after surgery to achieve pregnancy. Additionally, if you're a good surgical candidate and you want to have multiple children then surgery may be a better option because we cannot always guarantee that you will have extra embryos frozen after ivf. We often cannot reliably determine whether surgery or ivf would be the best option. We also need to look at the costs of both surgery and ivf with respect to the absolute costs and what insurance will pay for. Sterilization reversal surgery can cost almost as much as in ivf cycle because the surgery requires anywhere from 2-4 hours to perform in the operating room is very expensive part of the hospital. In conclusion, you probably have 2 good options for achieving another child. I predict that when you meet with your physician, at the answer to some of these questions will become more obvious. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Im 25 years old trying to have a baby but still I have my period my husband get dissapoint what can I do to have a baby were trying to concieving..
Get a check up if: I do not know how long you have been trying to get pregnant.If you have been trying for more than six months and have tried everything like having sex during and around ovulation, than it may be a time for both of you to get checked.That may include physical exam, sperm count and mobility in the male parner, and physical and testing in female partner.But you are young and take your time good luck. ...Read more
Permanent decision: Getting "tubes tied" (tubal ligation) is PERMANENT, and done for women who will never want to get pregnant again in the future (meaning a permanent decision of no more pregnancies, forever). Tubes are not meant to be untied. If money is needed, teamwork is better. One should not be thinking "I want" but rather "we want", and must include her husband, and other family members who wish to help. ...Read more
I had my tubes tied by clamps also i had six c-sections i wanted to know can i still have another baby and how?
No: if your tubes are tied, you are sterile- 1% failure rate. with enough money, tubal reversal is possible ( or IVF) ...Read more
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