The day has finally arrived and you have had your tubal reversal surgery. Not only are you hoping to conceive a child soon you are also hoping that it makes the symptoms of PTLS begin to subside.
Many women have tubal reversal surgery not to conceive a child but to help with the PTLS that has been plaguing them since they had the tubal ligation.
For those that are hoping to conceive a child the journey is about to begin. Many are anticipating that first positive pregnancy and cannot wait to be pregnant and finally have that long awaited child.
After tubal reversal surgery each women heals at a different rate. Many of Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteiths at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are up and about the same day. Of course having the tubal reversal surgery at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is different from hospital surgery. There is less anesthesia involved, it is outpatient and much safer as the risk of catching a hospital acquired infection does not exist.
The majority of women wonder how long it will take their cycles to return to normal and how to tell when they are ovulating. The cycle may be a bit off until the body regulates itself but it usually doesn’t take more than a few months.
As far as ovulation is concerned there are different methods to be able to track it. There are Ovulation Predictor Kits, a woman can use the Basal Body Temperature taking and there are also mucous changes that occur as ovulation approaches.
For those wondering when they can begin to be able to try to conceive the answer is as soon as you feel up to it. It is amazing how many women write into the patient satisfaction messages how soon after tubal reversal surgery they are pregnant. For some it was one month after surgery.
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has a great website for those who are looking for tubal reversal surgery information. There is an awesome message board that is very active and offers friendship and support for those who are about to have tubal reversal surgery as well as those who are just trying to educate themselves and want to learn as much as they can.