A dying art. Tubal reanastomosis is a dying art. The lab procedures of ivf have improved so much that a tubal reanastomosis is not often performed. Check with an rei on the options.
Depends. It really depends on many factors including how it was tied in the first place. If a large portion of the tube was removed or damage at the time of the ligation, then the reversal will be a lot more difficult and less successful. Keep in mind that you also have increased riks of ectopic pregnancy in the fallopian tubes after a tubal reversal.