Reverse Tubal Ligation

Reverse tubal ligation is an excellent way to be able to conceive a child after a tubal ligation. Many times a woman will remarry and her new husband may not have any children and this is the way to have a child by a more natural means.

Reverse tubal ligation is not the only alternative available. For many women who speak with physicians they are told IVF is the best way to go. If one does the research this is not always the case. Tubal reversal surgery is not only the less expensive way to go it is proven to have a better pregnancy success rate.

Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center with Dr. Gary S. Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith have dedicated themselves to reverse tubal ligation surgery. Dr. Berger is widely known as the reverse tubal surgeon with the most experience. Many couples come from all over the world to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center to have their dreams become a reality.

For those looking for information on reverse tubal ligation Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has an extensive website. There is a blog as well as a message board for couples to interact on. Not only due women and couples interact on the reverse tubal message board the staff does also. If there are any questions many times they can find the answer here. Many long-lasting friendships have been formed on this message board.


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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