Children After Tubal Ligation

Many couples after having their families while younger opt for a tubal ligation. Tubal ligation is where the woman gets her ‘tubes tied’ so that the egg cannot get to the uterus. Different doctors perform the tubal ligation in different ways. Some cut the tubes while others clamp them. Tubal ligation is a form of birth control that is meant to be permanent.

Many circumstances in life can cause a woman or couple to change their minds about having children after having a tubal ligation. The good news is there are ways to have children again. One is by having the tubes ‘untied’ or tubal reversal surgery. Another method is in-vitro fertilization.

In the procedure where the tubal reversal surgery is performed the fallopian tubes are repaired and put back together. This surgery or procedure needed to be done in the hospital with the patient having a few days stay afterwards to recuperate. Now Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center performs this tubal reversal surgery on an outpatient basis. Dr. Monteith and a wonderful caring staff of professionals join Dr. Berger.

Caring for the women and couples that are trying to have children is the most important factor at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. This is a very emotional time for people and the staff treats it as such.

Many women travel from all over the world to have the procedure performed and the results speak for themselves.
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About vervilledeb1

A mom, wife and writer. Writing for different companies including financial, parenting, automotive. But my passion is tubal reversal. There are so many women who regret having their tubes tied and have no idea this surgery is available. I am lucky to be blessed with a great family, a wonderful career and the ability to help get the word out to help others through my writing.

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