Tubal reversal is a very successful procedure to restore fertility after a tubal ligation. This has been proven many times over but it is amazing that many more couples do not know about it. Although successful many are just not given tubal reversal as an option when they want to have another child after tied tubes.
For many it is because their doctors never told them it was available. They go and have a meeting with their doctor and explain that they want another child and nine times out of ten they are told to have the IVF procedure. This is okay for some but for others it is a problem all the way around.
With the release of the Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Report 2009 Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center managed to get the word out about tubal ligation reversal. Not only was this study conducted with over 5000 tubal reversal patients but the results are available to anyone who researches them. One of the best already known facts is that tubal reversal has a better pregnancy success rate over IVF.
Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is the tubal reversal surgeon who made outpatient tubal ligation reversal possible. He is the Medical Director of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center and continues to perform surgery each day. He has performed the most tubal reversal surgeries in the world. He has dedicated his career to help couples desiring children after a tubal ligation.
Dr. Charles Monteith is right behind Dr. Berger in carrying on the great success rate of tubal reversal. Dr. Monteith has trained with Dr. Berger and is at the center eac and every day working with couples. He has decided this is the path that he wants to follow because he believes that doctors are here to help people. Couples from around the world travel to this unique center to get quality care in a safe environment to have fertility restored.
Although in vitro fertilization does help couples and should not be underplayed it may not be the best option for many. Because doctors have very little exposure to tubal ligation reversal surgery in medical school they are not that informed about it.