This is a question that Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has been receiving lately. Essure, which was approved for use in the United States in 2002, is considered a permanent form of contraception. Many women who have had the Essure procedure are now regretting having the procedure performed and are getting conflicting reports on whether it can be reversed or not.
Can Essure be reversed? Yes it can. Many women are searching the answer out and have been told that it cannot be reversed. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith have been successfully removing Essure. Not only is it reversible, it is performed as an outpatient, low-cost procedure.
Dr. Monteith has just entered a new posting, Essure Reversal: What You Need To Know, on Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Centers blog that explains exactly what Essure is and what is needed to reverse or remove it. He states the surgery usually takes about 90 minutes and pain after Essure removal is not common.
Many women on the message board have been asking this very answer and actually getting to the bottom of their search. For many, numerous calls have been made to physicians and the answer has been that Essure is made to be permanent and it just has to stay. Many times these women are told the only way to have a child is to go through IVF treatments.
Essure removal by the leading tubal ligation reversal physicians has been proven not only attainable but also safe and pain free. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is dedicated to tubal ligation reversal as well as repairing fallopian tubes that are damaged or blocked.