Tubal Reversal Surgery With Compassion

As tubal reversal surgery is becoming more popular many couples are searching for just the right surgeon. Once they have decided on one to consult with they will be able to make the final decision. What many people do not realize is the searching that takes place to find just the right tubal reversal surgeon that will meet all of the patients needs.

A tubal reversal surgeon will either want to help or not. It’s pretty clear-cut, as many have not had such good meetings. Some couples have met with the surgeon only to be told that the women was in her forties so the tubal reversal was not going to work. Of course, this is not true as there are women in their forties that have had tubal reversal babies.

Another surgeon may say that the surgery will not work due to short fallopian tubes. This also can be proven otherwise. Many women with short tubes and some with only one tube have conceived and in a surprisingly short time.

In the video, Dr. Gary Berger Receives Card From Tubal Reversal Patient, the reason some physicians do this type pf surgery is made very clear. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are two highly dedicated and compassionate tubal reversal surgeons. The reason they do this is to help couples to be able to have their dreams of having children after tubal ligation come true.

The compassion and dedication have proven themselves with the excellent pregnancy statistics. The website has a message board of past and future women and couples that are either learning or giving advice about tubal ligation reversal.

Tubal Ligation Reversal Surgery Works

Tubal ligation reversal is a microsurgery technique where if you have had a tubal ligation it can be reversed. Many women due to different life circumstances that have had a tubal ligation change their minds and want to have another child.

Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are two surgeons who do this everyday. For those questioning if tubal reversal surgery works Chapel Hill Tubal reversal Center has an extensive website that has a message board and blog for couples to further educate themselves.

After many years of training Dr. Gary Berger is known as the tubal reversal surgeon with the most experience worldwide. Many tubal reversal surgeons do not keep accurate pregnancy data after a patient has gone through tubal reversal surgery. Dr. Berger along with Dr. Monteith and the staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have kept precise data and records and have pregnancy statistics on the website to show the findings.

In the video, Pregnant With Tubal Reversal Baby, Erin K., speaks with Dr. Berger and explains why she chose Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Erin goes on to say that it was not only the lower cost but because it’s done as an outpatient procedure. Many times when couples go to another tubal reversal surgeon they are told that the hospital stay will be a few days and many women with their already busy lives do not want to take the time out of their lives and work. As in Erin’s case, she is already a busy mom.

After tubal reversal surgery many couples as how long it takes to get pregnant. For many it happens very quickly and for others it can take a bit longer. Many are in a hurry to get that positive pregnancy test and can get impatient. One of the best things to remember after tubal reversal surgery is that it does take time for your body to heal and get back on a normal cycle.

Tubal Reversal Surgery And Understanding Informed Consent

When going into surgery we all have to sign papers that are called “Informed Consent”. But what exactly is this? For the most part it is a paper that tells us what can go wrong and what the outcome is expected to be. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center believes differently.

Have you met physicians that actually take the time to speak with you about what informed consent is? Many have not which is sad. The medical community tends to forget that we as people would like to know what is going on and explained in terms that we has nonmedical people understand.

Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center feels quite differently about what informed consent should be. The surgeons and staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center believe that all patients should fully understand the risks and benefits of tubal reversal surgery.

The extensive website has been built around women and couples who are searching for tubal reversal information. They do not believe that there should be “sugar-coated” information and that women should know the risks as well as the benefits in tubal reversal surgery.

The message board is full of women who write about the tubal reversal procedure and what happens after to help others who are trying to make the decision. For those who are undecided there is always staffs available to answer questions and the prior tubal reversal patients offer support and personal experiences.

Dr. Berger Speaks With A Tubal Reversal Patient is a brand new video with Dr. Gary Berger and a tubal reversal patient explaining why they both felt informed consent is so important in a life altering decision.

Tubal Reversal Surgery Patient Tells All

For the many women who have had a tubal ligation and regretted it there are many that have decided to have tubal reversal surgery. Many times women change their minds about wanting more children due to a divorce and remarriage. Others just have decided that they had their tubal ligation much too early and now want another child in the family.

The courage these women display is amazing. To go and have a tubal ligation and to save to be able to afford it shows courage. One of the great things that women who have already had tubal reversal surgery try to stress to others that are about to have surgery is not to give up hope.

In the video, Tubal Reversal Surgery Patient Gives Testimony, Dr. Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center sits with one of his patients and she tells the story of the surgery. Not only did she recover very fast but also went on to have not one but three children after tubal reversal surgery.

The woman speaks of her journey with tubal reversal and the miscarriages she had before having a viable pregnancy. She speaks of not giving up hope and that she hopes this message will get to other women who are getting discouraged.

The journey to tubal reversal may not always be an easy one but it is well worth it. At Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center the surgeons and staff are dedicated to helping the women and couples who desire to have children after a tubal ligation. The women that have had tubal reversal surgery give testimony on the message board on how well they were treated when the day came for the surgery.

Dr. Monteith Talks About Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome

In this video with tubal reversal surgeon Dr. Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center explains why he went into tubal reversal repair to help couples have children after tubal ligation. Dr. Charles Monteith and Dr. Gary Berger are now in the process of collecting data and statistics from patients that suffered from Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome.

At this point in time about 70% of the patients are showing an overall improvement after tubal reversal surgery.

Tubal Reversal Surgery And Trying To Conceive

When can I try to become pregnant after my tubal reversal surgery?

For those who have had the tubal reversal surgery one of the main questions that is asked is when can we try to conceive? The answers used to be that a woman should wait one full cycle and then begin to try. That has changed and now couples can begin to try to conceive a child as soon as the woman feels up to it.

After tubal reversal surgery as with any surgery everyone heals at a different rate. Though, in reading the message board at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center the majority of women are feeling just a bit tired the day after surgery. They may have twinges and some pulling but most are up walking around and looking at the sites.

Some women are more comfortable waiting for the first cycle to come and go. They feel this gives the body more time to heal and the cycle to regulate itself. Many times a cycle will be thrown off a few days from the surgery and this is not abnormal.

For those who would like to track their cycles and know when they are ovulating there are a couple of ways to do this. The first and most recommended are ovulation predictor kits or OPK’s. The second is called basil body temping or BBT. For those that are unfamiliar with this it is taking the body temperature at a certain time each morning upon waking. The hormones, which cause women to ovulate, will cause a rise in the body temperature. This is the least expensive way of predicting ovulation.

If at anytime a woman who has had tubal reversal surgery thinks she may be pregnant she should take a home pregnancy test right away. If this comes out positive then she needs to contact her ob/gyn right away to have her levels checked. The reason for this is due to the risk of ectopic pregnancy, which can occur in tubal reversal pregnancies.

The staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center requests that the woman contact them right away to tell them she is pregnant. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is the only center to keep accurate and precise records on pregnancy after tubal reversal. This is displayed on the website under pregnancy statistics.

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Tubal Reversal Surgery And Hospitalization

For those women who are considering tubal reversal surgery and hate the thought of staying in a hospital it is no longer necessary. There are now tubal reversal surgeons who perform tubal ligation reversals as an outpatient procedure.

For years this was one of the major drawbacks of going for tubal reversal surgery for many women. Many did not want to leave their families any longer than they had to.

Dr. Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center pioneered a low cost outpatient procedure for women who had previous tubal ligation. Since then many women have traveled from all over the world to have tubal reversal surgery performed by both Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith.

The amazing thing is this is performed on an outpatient basis and Dr. Berger has a repair rate of 98%. And the pregnancy statistics speak for themselves.

The tubal reversal surgery takes about an hour to perform and in may cases the women are resting back at the hotel room within a couple of hours. The following day a nurse from Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center will come over to check on you and then you are free to head back home.

Most tubal reversal patients spend the day after surgery checking out the places to eat and sites that Chapel Hill, North Carolina has to offer. Many are amazed that they feel so well after surgery and write about it on the message board.

Because you leave Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center does not mean that the surgeons and staff will not follow you. Quite the opposite is true. You will have the number to Chapel Hill Tubal reversal Center’s office as well as the doctor’s beeper number. There is never a time that you cannot get someone on the phone.

As you leave Chapel Hill the nurses will ask that you notify them as soon as you are pregnant. For many this happens so fast they do not expect and are very surprised. Two-thirds of tubal reversal patients from Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center become pregnant within a years time. The other factor that women and couples love is that they can begin trying to conceive as soon as they feel up to it.

Traveling For Tubal Reversal Surgery

For those women and couples who are researching traveling for tubal reversal surgery this is one of the questions that arises most often:

How long will I have to stay in town?

The answer depends on whether the tubal reversal surgery is being performed as an outpatient procedure or in the hospital setting. If you are having the procedure performed in the hospital then your stay may be a few days to a week.

Many women are choosing to have their tubal reversal surgery performed on an outpatient basis. Not only is it less expensive it is safer. The reason it is safer is due to the fact that surgery time is less and less surgery time means less anesthesia is being used. Also, there is no risk of picking up a hospital infection.

The top outpatient tubal reversal surgery center is Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith are the top-notch tubal reversal surgeons located in the United States. Women travel from all over the world tin order to have Dr. Berger or Dr. Monteith perform their procedure.

When women go to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center for tubal reversal surgery they are asked to arrive the day before for their presurgery consult. The day of surgery the procedure takes about an hour and within a couple of hours they are back at the hotel. The day following surgery a nurse from Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center will go to the hotel and check on them and then they are free to return home. The only time the staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center recommends a longer stay is if the woman travels from another continent, as this extended travel can be very taxing on the body.

The staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center will continue to follow-up on the woman for an extended amount of time. If there are any questions the woman is given a beeper number to the surgeon and can also call the office at anytime.

The website has a message board also that many of women stay in touch with the other women who have has surgery right around the same time they did. There is also a very informative blog and videos.

Pregnancy Guarantee After Tubal Reversal Surgery

For some who are considering tubal reversal pregnancy the following question has come up:

Is there a guarantee that I will become pregnant after tubal reversal surgery?

There is no guarantee that any woman will become pregnant at anytime in her life even when all conditions are right. They same holds true after tubal reversal surgery. Though there are highly skilled surgeons that perform tubal reversal surgery they cannot guarantee you will become pregnant.

When researching surgeons for tubal reversal surgery one of the most important things you can do is to make sure the surgeon is an expert in the field. For those that cannot give accurate pregnancy statistics then it is time to look elsewhere.

For those who are looking for tubal reversal surgeons and looking for facts there is a ton of information to be found on the Internet. There are questions to keep in mind so that you can be guaranteed the possible chance of conceiving a baby after tubal reversal surgery.

How long has the Dr. been performing tubal reversal surgery?
Is this the field of expertise for the physician?
Do they follow-up on the patients after surgery?
Do they keep records or statistics of pregnancies after surgery?

For many these do not look like bad questions but very few tubal reversal surgeons can give informative and accurate answers to all of the above.

One of the most well known places women go for tubal reversal surgery is Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith are the tubal reversal surgeons along with a very dedicated staff to assist them.

Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is the only center to collect data from their tubal reversal patients and document pregnancy successes. Because Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith are solely dedicated to tubal reversal surgery they are able to have successful results even with the more intricate tubal reversals due to more severe types of tubal ligations performed thus causing more damage to the fallopian tubes.

Because tubal reversal surgery is performed on an outpatient basis not only is it less expensive it is much safer for the women. There is no chance of acquiring an infection from the hospital and less anesthesia being used for surgery.

The website has an abundance of information for those interested in tubal reversal surgery. A message board that is always active offers not only answers but also support from others facing the same decisions. A blog filled with information and patient satisfaction reports from patients who are announcing their awaited pregnancies or those thanking Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith and the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center staff.