Do you believe in Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. If so, how do I get a tubal reversal paid for by my insurance company?

Post tubal syndrome. Yes, many women experience shortening of their menstrual cycle frequency due to an interruption of a blood vessel that traverses under the Fallopian tube from the uterus. Cycles of 18 to 21 days often occur. Reversing a tubal can be expensive and if cut in more than one place, impossible. Insurance companies almost never will pay for the procedure.

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Can u get a tubal reversal after tubal ligation?

Reversal or IVF. Tubal reversal may be a possible option depending on a variety of factors (female age, type of tubal ligation performed, length of normal tube remaining, presence of other infertility factors such as sperm count, etc.). Ivf is another option and usually a more practical option for many couples presented wtih the same issue (having had a previous tubal ligation and desiring a child). Read more...
1 in 250. Unusual to become pregnant without surgery to reverse the tubal ligation. Many places this is a very expensive option. We offer outpatient tubal reversal surgery - laparoscopy at a very low cost. When ovarian function is normal, pregnancy rates are as high as 90%. Most programs push ivf but this option is at least 3x more costly. Read more...

Is it possible to get tubal reversal after tubal ligation with clams?

Yes. Need whole history, operative note, some testing, but with new microscopic surgery it can be possible. Ligatures, clips, cautery are techniques fir division of the tubes. If there is enough length and unscarred tube reversal is possible. Consider well why you are changing your mind-- and be sure. There are some risks. Read more...
Yes. Yes. Fertility can be obtained after a tubal ligation either through surgical repair (if amenable to reversal) or through ivf (tubal bypass). Tubal reversal success will depend on health of the tubes as well as chances to conceive overall. Ivf does not require tubes and therefore success will depend on the age of the female as well as presence of other infertility factors. Read more...

I had an ablation and tubal ligation 5 years ago. I'm considering a tubal reversal. What are my risks and success rate of having a healthy baby?

Depends. Your ablation reduces your ability to conceive as well. Please make an appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist or an infertlility doctor to discuss. Read more...
Ablation. You will need an evaluation of your uterine cavity prior to attempting pregnancy or tubal reversal. Many tubal ligations can be reversed, however the cavity after ablation may be damaged permanently. See a fertility specialist regarding your chances after the evaluation. Good luck. Read more...
Ablation Pregnancy. The purpose of an endometrial ablation is to destroy the function of the uterine lining. This lining is where the pregnancy gains its blood supply and nourishment from the mother. Unless your ablation was unsuccessful and you are still having normal periods your chance of miscarriage is extremely high. Microsurgical tubal reversal performed by a skilled surgeon is know to be as high as 80%. Read more...
Probably. In my experience, 80-90% of tubal ligations can be reversed and generally with good results. I respectfully agree with the last answer and most skilled reproductive surgeons have excellent results with ectopic rates of 5% or less and pregnancy rates in the 60-70+% range depending on age. Surgery can be done as an outpatient with an overnight stay. Hope this helps. Read more...