Your tubal reversal surgery is now over and you are on the mend. Many women are just waiting to be able to try to conceive and trying to figure out their cycles. Each twinge and pain after tubal reversal surgery makes you wonder if you are actually getting ready to ovulate and this could be it.
The staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center highly recommends Ovulation Predictor Kits. There are different varieties available and some are just as reliable even though they are less expensive. These are a great way to tell if you are about to ovulate.
Following tubal reversal surgery it does take some time for you body to get back to it’s normal state. Many times it may take a few cycles for your body to “figure” out what it is doing. On the message board more than a few tubal reversal patients have stated that it was a few cycles and then things began to fall into place and their cycles went back to normal.
One of the statements that have been made by tubal reversal patients is that they wish they had learned to track their cycles before the surgery. Waiting for the tubal reversal surgery to be finished and then trying to figure out ovulation time is not always the easiest thing to do. It does take time but in a few months you will get the knack of things.
Another great way to follow your cycles is to chart your Basil Body Temperature (BBT). The website FerilityFriend.com has charts and helpful hints for those who are interested.
As stated above it may take a few months to figure out your cycle after tubal reversal surgery but you will be well on your way to try to conceive and that long awaited positive pregnancy test.