What is Tubes Tied Reversal?


Tubes tied reversal is procedure in which the fallopian tubes are repaired after having a tubal ligation. Tubal ligation is also called having ones tubes tied. This is a permanent form of female sterilization and is used all over the world.


There are times when a woman has had a tubal ligation and wants to have it undone. She may want to have it undone because she wants to have another child or because of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. The decision to have the tubes tied reversal is usually after much thought and consideration.


Tubes tied reversal costs vary depending on where one seeks to have the surgery. It can cost as much as $20,000.00 but does not need to. There are experts that can perform the procedure at a much lower cost because they have the expertise and capability to be able to offer the procedure at a more cost effective price.


At the leading tubal reversal center the procedure is under $7000.00. One may question why such a reduced price while others who perform the tubes tied reversal procedure at such a high cost.


The reason is because at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center the surgery is performed as an outpatient procedure. This is the only type of surgery that is performed at this unique facility and Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith have dedicated their careers to just this. Because they see only tubes tied reversal patients they have seen many cases where women were told their fallopian tubes were not repairable. Not only were the surgeons able to repair the fallopian tubes but these women also went on to have successful pregnancies.


The tubes tied reversal is performed as an outpatient procedure. This not only is safer for the patient but also cuts out the added expense of high hospital costs. The patients are also not subjected to illnesses that are commonly found in the hospital setting. The nurse to patient ratio is also much higher at the center because the center is well staffed with highly trained personnel that choose this career and want to be doing their job.


Tubes tied reversal has restored hope to many couples from around the world. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has helped over 8000 couples and continues to do so on a daily basis.


As the Internet grows so does the tubal reversal awareness. Due to the fact that tubal reversal or tubes tied reversal is not taught in many medical schools many medical students have not seen or studied the benefits.


For more information on the tubes tied reversal procedure please visit http://www.tubal-reversal.net. Reversal nurses can also be contacted by calling 1-919-968-4656. For those who are looking for interaction with others researching and having the procedure the tubes tied reversal message board is very active and always welcomes new members.



Miscarriage And Trying To Conceive

Knowing when to try to conceive after a miscarriage is a big question. Having that positive pregnancy test and being excited about being pregnant and then miscarrying is a big lose and heartbreak.


There is no clear evidence as to when it is the right time to try to conceive again. Many feel that waiting for your body to heal is the right thing to do in order to avoid another miscarriage.


When going through a miscarriage it is such an empty feeling. For those women who have been down this road only they can explain what this feels like. The same holds true for the tubal reversal women that are counting each cycle to a positive pregnancy test. Each cycle seems like it takes forever but they still do not give up hope.


Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is known as the best tubal reversal center available to women and couples from all over the world. The fallopian tube repair rate stands at 98% and the Essure and Adiana Reversals were first successfully performed here. The message board is full of women who are trying to conceive and one of the biggest messages is that do not give up hope that it will happen.


For many women the month after month of predicting ovulation and waiting for the positive pregnancy test would certainly be too much to bear without the help of their tubal reversal sisters.


So whether you have had tubal reversal or not many women go through miscarriage and it is important to know that you are not alone. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has an extensive website with videos, the message board and a blog that is full of support and information.

Free Tubal Reversal Video by Dr. Berger


Tubal Reversal In The OR

The free Tubal Reversal Video or DVD is free for your personal viewing. There is a charge ($4.95) for shipping and handling. When you click on the Order Video button, you will be taken to a secure server to order the video and pay the shipping and handling charge by credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover Card). If you wish to order the video and pay the shipping and handling fee by cashier’s check or money order, please send your request with your name and address to our Business Office Manager, Ericka Pamplin (ErickaP@tubal-reversal.net).


This video is extremely informational. Tubal Reversal videos are also located on the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center website. These videos range from consultation appointments to early pregnancy protocol.

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.

Children After Tubal Ligation

Many couples after having their families while younger opt for a tubal ligation. Tubal ligation is where the woman gets her ‘tubes tied’ so that the egg cannot get to the uterus. Different doctors perform the tubal ligation in different ways. Some cut the tubes while others clamp them. Tubal ligation is a form of birth control that is meant to be permanent.

Many circumstances in life can cause a woman or couple to change their minds about having children after having a tubal ligation. The good news is there are ways to have children again. One is by having the tubes ‘untied’ or tubal reversal surgery. Another method is in-vitro fertilization.

In the procedure where the tubal reversal surgery is performed the fallopian tubes are repaired and put back together. This surgery or procedure needed to be done in the hospital with the patient having a few days stay afterwards to recuperate. Now Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center performs this tubal reversal surgery on an outpatient basis. Dr. Monteith and a wonderful caring staff of professionals join Dr. Berger.

Caring for the women and couples that are trying to have children is the most important factor at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. This is a very emotional time for people and the staff treats it as such.

Many women travel from all over the world to have the procedure performed and the results speak for themselves.
For more information please visit: http://www.tubal-reversal.net/