How many women do you know that will tell you she absolutely knows something is wrong but her doctor is saying there isn’t? If this hasn’t happened to you chances are you know someone this has happened to.
Women need to be their own advocates. Nobody knows your body better than you do. And if you do not get the answers you are seeking then you need to keep on with your battle. You are in charge and it needs to stay that way. Only you are in control of what happens to your body and not anyone else.
Many women will go to her physician and tell the doctor what is wrong. After explaining all of the symptoms the doctor will look at her and tell her what she is feeling can’t be happening. The woman leaves the physician’s office feeling not only frustrated but also second-guessing herself. This woman has two choices. She can go home and live with the problem or she can take a stand and research and demand answers.
We see this everyday with women. We read stories and messages from women who are suffering and searching for answers. Two very true instances are women suffering with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome and Essure Problems.
The women that fall into the above two categories are women that suffer daily. They suffer from the time they get up in the morning and sometimes right through the night.
But, women are also very strong. They research until they find the answers and they also find others that are going through similar issues. The women posting on the article Essure Problems Continue Among Womanexplains one such issue. These women are fighters and not willing to give up.
Another great story is Megan’s Story: PTLS Syndrome: Megan’s Experience. After going through the aftereffects of tubal ligation she wouldn’t give up. Megan knew something was wrong and kept researching to find the answer. After finding the answer she is now posting and blogging and has a Facebook Page so that others will know they are not alone. Megan has become the spokeswoman for PTLS Syndrome and states even if she helps just one woman she has managed to do what she set out to do.
Women need to speak up and let the world know that these things are happening. Essure IS causing problems and Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome is real!
If you have a story to share please do. There are many women who are looking for answers and you may just have what it takes to help another or to find someone who is going through the exact same thing you are.
Any woman who is suffering with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome will tell you how the suffering just will not subside. After going to numerous physicians and being told this syndrome does not happen depression begins to set in. Do you know a woman that this has happened or is happening to? Are you suffering from PTLS Syndrome? If you are are or know someone that is there is help and an end to this syndrome that has taken over your life.
Meet MegZz, she too suffered with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. And she was also told that PTLS Syndrome does not exist by some in the medical field. She would not stop searching for answers and she has made progress. How has she managed to take control of this ugly monster named PTLS Syndrome? She found surgeons that actually believe that this does happen to women after a tubal ligation. The night sweats along with the thinning hair and periods that would take an elephant down needed to stop.
Not only did they stop for this woman she is getting better everyday. MegZz traveled to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center to have tubal reversal surgery. After reading the website and actually being on the message board with others she was able to find others that tubal reversal surgery helped.
MegZz did what most women in her position would do. Those who state that PTLS Syndrome just doesn’t happen wouldn’t keep brushing her off. She was about to find the answer. Women know when there is something not right. The problem is that many just do not become their own advocate. MegZz on the other hand has done quite the opposite. She is a voice for women and reaching out and speaking about her experience.
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has helped thousands of patients. But recently there have been many women who are opting to have the reversal surgery but not to have more children. They want the surgery to get rid of PTLS. And the wonderful thing is that they are finally getting relief from something they were convinced they were going to have to live with.
If you are suffering with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome it is important to know that you are not alone. There are many women like you who are searching for the answers.
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center welcomes those who have questions regarding Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome or PTLS Syndrome. The nurses are available for free consultation by calling 1-919-968-4656. The tubal reversal message board is very active with women from all over the world that have called upon Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith for the relief of PTLS Syndrome.
Essure is a procedure performed so that a woman does not have any more children. It is considered permanent and not able to be reversed if the woman regrets her decision. Couples choose this form of sterilization because there is no surgery involved and most can return to their normal activities in a day or so.
The Essure procedure is performed right in the physician’s office in most cases. The procedure consists of inserting spring like coils into the each of the fallopian tubes and within three months scar tissue forms blocking the fallopian tubes. At around the three-month mark the physician will send the patient for a test called a HSG. This will determine whether the fallopian tubes are completely blocked or not. Up until the HSG the patient is advised to use another form of birth control so that pregnancy does not occur.
With any type of permanent sterilization there are women who regret the choice they have made. Many will go to the physician who has performed the Essure procedure and inquire about Essure removal. They will most commonly be told that the procedure cannot be reversed and they were told that Essure was permanent. The patient is then advised that the only way to get the springs removed is by having a hysterectomy. This news is devastating to those who want more children. When the subject of pregnancy is brought up the physician will usually point the way towards IVF.
Although IVF does help many couples there are some couples that do not want to take this route. And many will keep searching for an alternative treatment. They will ask people as well as search the Internet. And many times they will come up with their answer. The leading tubal reversal has been performing Essure reversal and very successfully. Not only are the Essure coils able to be removed but also pregnancy can follow. This is on the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center website and the stores are told by the patients themselves.
The reasons Essure reversal happens can be many. There are women that regret not being able to have more children. Those that are having a problem since having the procedure performed as well as those that do not feel whole because they have chosen to have a part of them taken away.
For more information on Essure reversal feel free to visit Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center or call the tubal reversal nurses at 1-919-968-4656.
Although Essure is still considered new there are women are coming forward and writing about difficulties they have been having since getting the Essure coils. Most seem to be writing about prolonged bleeding and pain and others are having stomach pain located around where the coils are located. Others suspect they may have an allergy to nickel, which is used in making the coils. For others a coil has dislodged and cannot be found which is very disconcerting, to say the least. Essure problems will probably continue to rise due to more women having the procedure performed.
As women are coming forward and asking about Essure removal they are being told this procedure cannot be reversed. When they push the subject with many in the medical field they are told the only way to have the coils removed is through a hysterectomy.
Having to have a hysterectomy to have the coils removed is NOT the only option. The surgeons at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have been performing Essure reversal using a procedure called tubouterine implantation. This is where the coils and scar tissue is removed from the fallopian tubes and the remaining healthy tube is reattached to the uterus. This is the best option for women who want to have children after the Essure procedure. With the tubouterine implantation the coils are completely removed. With IVF following the Essure procedure for pregnancy the coils are generally left in. Having the coils in place with a pregnancy may cause problems as the pregnancy progresses.
For those who want to have the Essure removed it is possible and without having to have a hysterectomy. The surgeons and staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are more than willing to answer any questions you may have. The tubal reversal nurses can be reached by calling 1-919-968-4656.