Tubal Reversal For Tubes That Have Been Cut, Tied And Burned

For women who have had a tubal ligation and are interested in tubal reversal one of the first questions is how do you know if the tubes can be repaired after certain procedures. Many women have the question, “Can the tubes be repaired if they have been cut, tied and burned?”

In most cases the answer to the above question is yes. There are expert microsurgeons that do just this. They are dedicated to just tubal reversal surgery and have helped many women to be able to conceive a child again after tubal ligation.

One of the best-known surgeons that perform tubal reversal surgery with excellent results is Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. He has pioneered a low cost outpatient procedure that makes it safer for women who are choosing tubal reversal surgery.

Dr. Berger has a 90% success rate in fallopian tube repair. Dr. Charles Monteith and a very dedicated staff join him at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. The pregnancy success rates speak for themselves. The staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has followed their patients and has collected data to be able to provide very detailed statistics.

Two-thirds of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Centers women are pregnant within ten months. The website message board if full of women who have had the harder types of tubal ligation that have been repaired by Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith who are now pregnant.

For those wishing to further educate themselves on tubal reversal surgery the website also has a very informative blog and a number of videos.


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. http://www.tubal-reversal.net

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