Tubal Ligation Reversal or Tubal Reversal

What is Tubal Ligation Reversal or Tubal Reversal?

tubal ligation reversal cost tubal reversal or essure removalTubal reversal is a safe, effective, FDA-approved approach to restoring fertility after tubal ligation (sometimes known as “getting your tubes tied”). Many women make the initial decision to undergo tubal ligation because they think they no longer want children or feel pressure from a partner. Wishing to reverse a sterilization procedure and restore fertility is common. Fortunately, tubal reversal procedures have advanced to provide excellent safety and effectiveness for women hoping to become pregnant again.

Anatomy of Tubal Ligation

The Fallopian tubes connect the egg-producing ovaries to the uterus. During sterilization procedures, these thin, delicate structures are removed or destroyed. The physician may have tied the tubes together, sealed them with a small clip or ring, or burned a small area with electrical current. By destroying part of the Fallopian tubes, sperm can no longer reach the eggs to fertilize them. Tubal reversal procedures change this anatomy to permit movement of eggs and sperm through the Fallopian tubes.

Tubal Reversal Procedure

In most cases, only a small part of the Fallopian tube is affected by sterilization, leaving the rest of the tubes intact. During tubal reversal surgery at Elite Tubal Reversal Center, a board-certified physician makes a small incision in the lower abdomen. Using specialized equipment, the surgeon removes the damaged part of the Fallopian tube and reattaches the remaining pieces of the tubes. Following a brief recovery period at our center, you are allowed to go home on the same day.

The effectiveness of tubal ligation reversal depends on a variety of patient factors. To determine whether tubal reversal is a good choice for you, contact the Elite Tubal Reversal Center today. During a comprehensive assessment conducted by our fertility specialists, we will gather information about your fertility history, medical history, sterilization procedure, and general health factors. We perform tubal reversal surgery only after reviewing your unique history and healthy information, ensuring that you remain safe and make the best decision to restore your fertility.