What is tubal ligation reversal?
After a women has had a tubal ligation (tubes tied) she is no longer able to have children. Tubal ligation was at one time considered a permanent form of contraception. Some forms of tubal ligation are where the fallopian tubes are cut and tied. Other physicians use clips and rings. In tubal ligation reversal highly skilled surgeons are able to repair the fallopian tubes thus making it possible for the egg and sperm to meet.
Can I have my tubes untied?
It is possible to have your tubes repaired. It takes a highly skilled surgeon to have this done for the best results.
Who is considered a best rate tubal reversal surgeon?
Will I have to stay in the hospital?
No, tubal reversal surgery is done as an outpatient procedure at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Not only is the cost less but it is safer for the patient than having the surgery performed in the hospital. Women travel from all over the world to have tubal reversal surgery at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center.
Does it cost as much as IVF?
One IVF treatment can cost as much as $10,000.00 in the U.S. Whereas the price at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is about $5500.00. The problem with the IVF treatments is that the first round of treatment may not work thus making it very expensive for every attempt. Once tubal reversal surgery is complete the couple can try to conceive every month.
Does Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have a website?
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has an extensive website that the surgeons and staff are very active on. There is a blog as well as a message board. For those who are interested in watching informational videos they are also located on the website as well as on Youtube.
When is the staff available?
The nurses are available 24 hrs 7 days a week for anyone that has questions. The message board and email can also be used. This information is also listed on the website. Phone consultations are free of charge.