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Is there any chance that you can have another child after you have had a tubal ligation?

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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
8 doctors agree

In brief: Quite possibly

You may still have an excellent chance of pregnancy with ivf, and/or you might be a candidate for tubal anastomosis ('tubal reversal.
') how good your chances are can depend on many factors besides the tubal ligation; a reproductive endocrinologist can help you learn more about these options.

In brief: Quite possibly

You may still have an excellent chance of pregnancy with ivf, and/or you might be a candidate for tubal anastomosis ('tubal reversal.
') how good your chances are can depend on many factors besides the tubal ligation; a reproductive endocrinologist can help you learn more about these options.
Dr. Gerard Honore
Dr. Gerard Honore
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Dr. Andrew Silverman
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Pregnancy post tubal

The chance to conceive after a successful tubal requires that the woman either have a tubal reversal (success depends on the length of viable tube left after sterilization), or to undergo ivf.
The first case requires an operative procedure, and the second requires stimulation of the ovaries, egg collection and embryo transfer. Either may not be covered by your health insurance plan.

In brief: Pregnancy post tubal

The chance to conceive after a successful tubal requires that the woman either have a tubal reversal (success depends on the length of viable tube left after sterilization), or to undergo ivf.
The first case requires an operative procedure, and the second requires stimulation of the ovaries, egg collection and embryo transfer. Either may not be covered by your health insurance plan.
Dr. Andrew Silverman
Dr. Andrew Silverman
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Dr. John Jarrett
Fertility Medicine

In brief: Absolutely

In vitro fertilization is certainly possible after a tubal ligation.
Furtherrmore, some tubal ligations can be surgically reversed. Ivf is typically recommended and should be very successful in these circumstances.

In brief: Absolutely

In vitro fertilization is certainly possible after a tubal ligation.
Furtherrmore, some tubal ligations can be surgically reversed. Ivf is typically recommended and should be very successful in these circumstances.
Dr. John Jarrett
Dr. John Jarrett
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