Rarely, need surgery. Almost all tubal ligations are reversible. Unfortunately, reproductive medicine has moved away from reversal surgery. Most practices pushing patients to ivf despite it being 3x as expensive for the preg rate. Our program is one of a handful that offers laparoscopic tubal reversal (outpatient) at a very low cost. With good ovarian function the preg rate can be >90% with chance for more preg.'s.
IVF or reversal. Women who have had previous tubal sterilization desiring to conceive, there are two basic options - in vitro fertilization (where fertilization takes place outside the body and the tubes are bypassed) and tubal reversal (while not currently a popular option given the success of ivf, may be considered in a select population).
Not likely. You shouldn't.