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How Does A Vasectomy Or A Tubal Ligation Work To Sterilize An Individual
Blocked tubes: Both methods block sperm/ova from reaching their destination. In men, sperm are blocked from releasing with the seminal fluid; with women, sperm can't inseminate because there is no longer a path. Neither affect normal hormone production & should be considered permanent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tubes on both sides from testicle to prostate that carry sperm made by testicles are brought out through a small skin puncture in the scrotum and either cut, tied, burned or clamped. Simple procedure, cost effective and usually with minimal side effects. Low failure rate. Clinic procedure, done in office with local anesthetic to skin. Minimal down time. A very ...Read more
Depends: There are a number of factors in making that decision including what type of tubal ligation you had, how many years ago it occurred, and what your fertility is like now according to labs that would show how your ovaries function. If you are making that decision, you should have a consultation with a reproductive endocrinologist to see if he/she thinks you are a good candidate for either. ...Read more
Tubal ligation reversal surgery at 29..... is it possible and or even worth it for me to do this procedure to conceive a child?
Depends: It depends on how your tubal was dome in the first place. You have to have at least 4 cm if healthy tube for a good reanastomosis. Your surgeon should they to get your op note and tell you what chances you have. In the right hands, tubal reanastomosis can be successful and may be cheaper in the long run than IVF, especially if you want more than one. ...Read more
How long after a tubal ligation procedure is it safe to have an orgasim per oral? The dr used the bands and not clips and didn't have to cauterize.
No: A plain x-ray will only show the presence of the 2 metallic clips placed (presumably) on the tube. The only x-ray study that could prove that the tubes are blocked by the ligation clips is a Hysterosalpingogram (HSG). A tiny catheter is placed in the uterine cavity and contrast (dye) is injected to show that the contrast stops at the clips and doesn't go beyond that point. ...Read more
I want a baby but I had a tubal ligation I need help finding a location that can help me pay or a doctor that does tubal ligation reversal?
Yes, if ...: There is no age limit for vasectomy if its indication is well legitimized after properly counseled for high cost and uncertainty of vasectomy reversal. So, seek evaluation and counseling for individual details for personal reason and realistic expectation for vasectomy. More? welcome to www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC as keycode to reach me. Using audio and video will go faster and more... ...Read more
Yes.: A tubal ligation, having your "tubes tied, " is a permanent method of birth control. It is possible to have the procedure done without having children, as long as you do not desire future children. An oophorectomy, having your ovaries removed, is also possible without having children. However, ovaries are not typically removed unless there is some disease process affecting them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please explain if it is possible to retrieve sperm from a man who has recently had a vasectomy to use in an IUI procedure ?
??: There are doctors all over the us - all over the world - who do tubal reversal. What are you asking? ...Read more
Expensive: Depending on on the type of tubal ligation and if there are any other complications, it costs around $5, 500 to $9, 000. Most charge around $7, 500 for a patient with minimal health problems and a standard reversal. Definitely check with your insurance, your employer or your partner's employer. Sometimes, tubal ligation reversal can be covered. ...Read more
Can a person have fallopian tues replaced after both are removed?
Is it a successful way to become pregnant or is IVF a better choice?
Sorry, only IVF: If you had your tubes removed and not cut then you can only do ivf. I think you should make sure you know exactly what the surgery was because sometimes, your memory or the way the surgery was described may not match the operation report. However, ivf is very successful and i believe you are 33. We also often can offer refunds for a portion of the cost of ivf if you are not successful. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm wanting a fallopian tube recanalization (FTR) done and I'm looking for a doctor that can do it. Is there any???
How soon can you become pregnant for a person with pcos after a laparoscopy to unblock tubes only? (no endometriosis or cysts)
Not an express train: Unfortunately most of the woman with pcos - ploy cystic ovarian syndrome will have fertility problems, will have other hurdles, metabolic problems, diabetes, weight , BP etc. In order to carry successful pregnancy will need a fertility specialist , along with gynecologist ...Read more
Who would you assume to be more possible to father a child? A man with a vasectomy for 10+ years or a man with no vasectomy that used the withdrawal method?
Unusual question: Vasectomy, if successful (((% are) means that no sperm escape with ejaculate. Sperm aspiration by needle or vasectomy reversal would be required for insemination. Withdrawal method is totally unreliable as sperm can enter vagina in pre-cum which occurs before ejaculation (climax) ; without sensation. Thus withdrawal method frequently results in pregnancy. Post vasectomy pregnancy occurs rarely. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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