Each year women and couples choose to have tubal reversal surgery. The reasons vary among women. Some choose tubal reversal surgery due to suffering from post tubal ligation syndrome (PTLS), wanting another child, or feelings of guilt that come about after being coerced into have a tubal ligation.
When research is being done on tubal reversal surgery there are many surgeons that will perform the surgery. But, many women want to have the surgery done in an outpatient setting so that they can get back with their families.
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is highly recognized for the outpatient, low-cost surgery. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Montieth are two highly trained surgeons that perform tubal reversal surgery five days a week.
For the women who are afraid that the fallopian tubes may not be repairable in the case of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center the repair rate stands at 98%. Many times this is a concern that is easily put to rest when reading the information on the centers extensive website.
If you are unsure of what type of tubal ligation you had you can get the operative report from your tubal ligation. If you are unable to obtain a copy then either Dr. Berger or Dr. Monteith will be able to determine if tubal reversal surgery is a good choice for you by performing a diagnostic laparoscopy.
In order to be a good candidate for tubal reversal surgery it is suggested that your BMI is less than 35 for safe results. If this is not the case then a patient is able to take the proper steps in safe weight loss.
The website has a message board where both future and past tubal reversal surgery patients interact. The staff interacts on a regular basis to help answer any questions and concerns women may have.
Videos are also available for those who would like to learn more about tubal reversal surgery.