Getting Pregnant After Tubal Ligation

Getting pregnant after tubal ligation can happen naturally but the chances are minimal. For those who are lucky enough to conceive after having their tubes tied the chances of the pregnancy being ectopic are very high. If a woman suspects she is pregnant after a tubal ligation she should seek medical advice immediately to be sure the pregnancy is not located in her fallopian tubes.

Pregnancy after tubal ligation can be successful but not without medical intervention. There are two options that physicians will suggest.  The first and most common option that physicians will give is that is called IVF.  IVF is a great option for those who choose it but it can be very expensive. Many do not choose this option due to the expense and the toll the medications can take on the woman’s body.

Another option for getting pregnant after tubal ligation is called tubal ligation reversal surgery.  This procedure is performed as an outpatient surgery and costs about $6,000. The great thing with this procedure is that many are returning with their normal life routine usually in a couple of weeks. Strenuous exercise needs to be avoided so that no undo strain is put on the body.

With tubal reversal and getting pregnant after tubal ligation a couple can begin trying to conceive as soon as the woman feels up to it. Many women become pregnant in the months following a reversal and have their first tubal reversal baby.

For more information on getting pregnant after tubal ligation Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has a website that has a blog, message board as well as over forty new tubal reversal videos available to watch free of charge.


Tubes Tied And Made A Huge Mistake

Tubes tied and made a huge mistake are exactly what many women think and feel. If this is something you feel then you are not alone. Each year in the United States about 1 million women have the tubal ligation procedure so that they will not become pregnant again. For many they were sure this is what they wanted until life changed.

There are life changes that will cause a woman to change her mind after a tubal ligation. For some it was never truly wanting the ligation to begin with but were forced into it. For others it is the no relenting of the symptoms of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. And for others it may be the death of a child. There are many reasons but they are all personal reasons.

As stated about above the majority of women are now in a new relationship or marriage and the spouse has no children of their own. Is nothing these women want more than to be able to give their new partner a child of his own.

Feeling that you have made a mistake and having to live with it can be one of the worst burdens to bear. But there is hope for many couples after tubal ligation. Tubal ligation reversal surgery not only has great pregnancy statistics but also is more affordable than the alternative of IVF.

Many couples have gone on to become proud parents of not just one but multiple children after reversal surgery. For more information on tubal reversal surgery please visit the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center website.

Tubal Reversal Surgery Patients Discuss Surgery Day

The tubal reversal surgery date is coming closer and closer and the nerves and anticipation are beginning to hit.

There is nothing more exciting than after all of the planning and saving for tubal reversal surgery and the day is almost here. The patients on the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center tubal reversal message board are all getting excited. There are questions popping up and tubal reversal patients that have had their surgery jump into the conversation to help out.

It is not uncommon for women to begin to get nervous and excited as the big day is almost near. This is a whole new beginning to their lives. Many are getting in shape and taking their prenatal vitamins so they begin to try to conceive that wanted child as soon as they are physically up to it.

Good luck and much baby dust to you all!

Tubal Ligation Reversal And Giving Thanks

Although there are many reasons that women choose to have more children after a tubal ligation there are many women that want the second chance. For women who want more children many times they are told that IVF is the only solution. But, there is a procedure that works and has better pregnancy results and costs less also.


Tubal ligation reversal has given many couples something to be very thankful for. Many times women search and cannot find much information on tubal ligation reversal. Much of this is due to the fact that many physicians are just not trained in it.


The good news is if you are looking for tubal ligation reversal surgeons who have excellent pregnancy success rates they can be found. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center perform tubal ligation reversal surgery 5 days a week. When having this surgery performed at CHTRC it is performed as an outpatient procedure. Most of the tubal ligation reversal patients are returning to their homes or hotel room within a couple of hours.


As seen in the above video many couples go on to have multiple children after tubal ligation surgery. When choosing to have more children after the first there is no added charges or treatments. The surgery is performed once and that is it not like when a woman undergoes IVF treatments.


There are over 40 tubal ligation reversal videos available for viewing on the CHTRC website as well as a wonderful and supportive message board. Many times women are uncomfortable talking with just anyone about tubal ligation reversal and this is the perfect place as all the women are there for the same reason.

Blocked Tubes Following Tubal Reversal Surgery

Many women are now choosing to have tubal reversal surgery instead of the alternative of IVF to have another child after tubal ligation. Not only is tubal reversal surgery more natural it is less expensive and less taxing on the woman’s body. But what happens if the fallopian tubes block after surgery?


This is a very popular question among women who are researching the possibility of tubal reversal surgery or those who have already had it and are not conceiving right away. Many times the issue may not be blocked tubes but inconclusive results


Blocked tubes can happen after tubal reversal surgery. This is one of the things that can happen and for a surgeon to tell you that it won’t happen is not right. What the leading tubal reversal surgeon gives for advice is to wait a year and if you still have not conceived then have a test called a Hysterosalpingogram (HSG). What this does is check the tubes to make sure there is no blockage in the fallopian tubes.


Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have seen inaccurate results on a regular basis. The first thing they do is when they hear from a tubal reversal patient stating she has had the HSG a and the results are showing blocked tubes is to have the results sent to them right away. Many times the test results are inconclusive thus giving the wrong results.


The problem with the HSG is that many times the person performing the test is not reading the results right or one of the fallopian tubes will spasm and the dye will not pass through thus being read as a blockage.


All too many times tubal reversal patients have just not felt “right” and find out they are pregnant after being told the fallopian tubes are blocked and pregnancy was not possible.


The main thing to remember is that if you have had tubal reversal surgery and are told you have blocked tubes this may not be the case.  All too many women have given up hope and thrown in the towel only to find out their dreams are about to come true.


If you are researching tubal reversal surgery it would do you good to have a look at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center’s website and read the vast amount of information and have a look at the videos. Tubal reversal surgery is a huge decision and the better educated a person is the better-informed decision that can be made.

Adiana Reversal Using Tubal Reversal Surgery Procedure Now Hits Media!

Tubal Reversal Surgeons Reverse Adiana Sterilization

Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have made medical history with the first successful Adiana Reversal. As of this writing the Adiana Reversal patient has reported a pregnancy via the Early Pregnancy Report. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is he only center dedicated to tubal reversal surgery for tubal ligation and blocked fallopian tubes.

The tubal reversal nurses are always available for a fee phone consultation. The extensive website not only has over 40 tubal reversal videos but a message board and blog to better inform patients.

A Mom Again With Tubal Reversal Surgery

For those of us that know that we are meant to be mothers there is no getting by that pull of nature. We go through pregnancy, have our babies and then watch them grow. But, what happens when we think we are done having children and have a tubal ligation and then change our minds? Yes, it happens to a lot of us. This is where tubal reversal surgery comes into play and almost becomes every essence of our beings.


Tubal reversal surgery is a procedure that many of us do not hear about until after we have heard about IVF treatments. It is no doubt that many women will search IVF before tubal reversal surgery because there is so much information on it. In a recent article I was reading the magic number for IVF treatments to take and work is six. Yes, six treatments. With the cost of IVF that is about $45,000.00! And this is not considering women risking their lives and spending money, which they do not have to be a mother. I can say I do not personally know too many couples that have this kind of money hanging around.


Tubal reversal surgery costs about $5900.00. This is the price for Dr. Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. Dr. Berger is widely known as the best tubal reversal surgeon here in the states and many women travel from around the world to have tubal reversal performed by him. He pioneered a low cost, one-hour outpatient procedure that is not only safer than in the hospital setting but less taxing on the patient. Women on the message board cannot believe how fast they are up and moving around with minimal pain after tubal reversal surgery.


For many of the women being able to have the ability to have a child again makes them whole. To hold a newborn in her arms, to smell the baby smell and to be a mom again makes the dream come true. This isn’t for just moms. Many times after a woman has tubal reversal surgery and becomes pregnant there is a first-time dad in the making.