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Tubal Reversal VS IVF Tubal ligation reversal is a procedure to restore fertility after a woman has had a tubal ligation — a procedure that cuts or blocks the fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy. During a tubal ligation reversal the blocked segments of the fallopian tubes are reconnected to the remainder of the fallopian tubes. This may allow eggs to again move through the tubes and sperm to travel up the fallopian tubes to join an egg. Talking about why some women would want to have a tubal litigation or tubal litigation reversal can be due to various reasons. A tubal ligation reversal allows a woman who had a tubal ligation to get pregnant without further medical assistance. Your reason for desiring a return to fertility wont be a part of the decision about whether or not the procedure is done. But it is very important to get it done with certainly qualified surgeons like Tubal Reversal Centers Gynaecology and Obstetrics. We understand that tubal ligation reversal isnt appropriate for everyone. We consider several factors to determine if tubal ligation reversal is likely to be successful for you or not such as:

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1. Your age and body mass index. 2. The type of tubal ligation. 3. The extent of the damage to your fallopian tubes. 4. Remaining tubal length. 5. Other fertility factors such as sperm and egg quality. All of these are done because the patient’s health and life is always the priority to us. Considering what the doctor says a tubal ligation reversal is more likely to be successful if there is still a large proportion of healthy tube. If your fallopian tubes were originally blocked by clips or rings the tubal ligation reversal is more likely to be successful than if segments of your fallopian tubes were burned in order to close them off Electrocautery. Some types of sterilization such as the Assure system are not considered reversible. At Tubal Reversal Center we always ensure these things before moving further.

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