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If you have had tubal ligation, what can be done to have another baby?

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Dr. Frank Yelian
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Tubal surgery or IVF

You may have options of tubal reversal surgery or ivf.
The decision will depend on following factors: 1. Your age, 2. How many more children do you want, and 3 which method was used for tubal ligation.

In brief: Tubal surgery or IVF

You may have options of tubal reversal surgery or ivf.
The decision will depend on following factors: 1. Your age, 2. How many more children do you want, and 3 which method was used for tubal ligation.
Dr. Frank Yelian
Dr. Frank Yelian
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Dr. Stephen Sudler
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: IVF or reconnect

Provided there are not other factors causing you to be infertile at this time, either ivf (in vitro fertilization) or surgically reconnecting your tubes (tubal reanastomosis), would be the most straightforward methods.
Both may not be covered by your insurance and are expensive. Many feel that ivf is better because the success rates are the same or better then surgery and carries a lower risk.

In brief: IVF or reconnect

Provided there are not other factors causing you to be infertile at this time, either ivf (in vitro fertilization) or surgically reconnecting your tubes (tubal reanastomosis), would be the most straightforward methods.
Both may not be covered by your insurance and are expensive. Many feel that ivf is better because the success rates are the same or better then surgery and carries a lower risk.
Dr. Stephen Sudler
Dr. Stephen Sudler
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