Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome Awareness Campaign Draws Attention

For anyone who suffers with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome the symptoms list seems like it just goes on and on. Just when you have yourself convinced that you have every symptoms wreaking havoc another one seems to kick in. Could all of these symptoms be related to PTLS? The answer is yes and the list of symptoms is not always the same for every woman.

Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has many women go to them for tubal reversal surgery to help get rid of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. Most times these women have been to physician after physicians trying to get a straight answer to what is causing all of this. After frustration and desperation some are lucky enough to hit the CHTRC message board.

On this message board there are women who are not always sure what they are suffering from is actually a result of their tubal ligation. One recent member asks if stomach issues are also a symptom associated with PTLS? Answer from others who have dealt with this is a big yes.

Truth of the matter is that many women traveling to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center are doing so because they cannot deal with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome anymore. In short, they want their lives and bodies back.

Once the reversal surgery is done they then return home to let their bodies heal and hoping they will find relief. What takes place is these women actually begin noticing improvement. And they are on the message board letting everyone know. Not only are they on the board they are getting the word out everywhere and to whomever will listen. Women are suffering from Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome and there is relief to be found.

July is Post Tubal Ligation Awareness Month. If you or someone you know is suffering or has suffered with PTLS please help spread the word. There is no reason why any woman who is battling this should feel alone and desperate for someone to speak with. Support groups are available to those who would like friendship as well as compassion.


Post Tubal Ligation Treatment


Those seeking Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome treatment seem to hit a brick wall head on most times. Women are convinced that they are having side effects from PTLS but many in the medical world seem to not want to listen. It is amazing how many women are beginning to speak out about PTLS and are making it known that is certainly does exist. And they are searching for help.


Most women will state that they know something is wrong with them but the doctors cannot figure out what is causing it. The women are suffering from periods that are out of control, thinning hair, weight gain and they want it all to stop. Another side effect is the mood swings that make PMS look like a walk in the park.


For the women that will not take the fact that they are being told PTLS just doesn’t exist they keep searching. The search terms like “problems after tubal ligation” and what they land on is amazing. There are actually others out there suffering from the same thing they are.


These women are actually now in a position to talk to others that have suffered with PTLS and found freedom. Their freedom was found through tubal reversal surgery. And there are surgeons that have actually been following how their patients are doing after surgery. Over 90% of women who have gone to Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center for relief of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome have encountered relief almost immediately.


These women that have found Post Tubal Ligation treatment want to scream it to the world. They want the world to know that it actually does exist and they want other women to know that they do not have to suffer. Something that has caused them grief and frustration has been fixed.


Both Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith perform tubal ligation reversal surgery at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. These surgeons do not perform any other types of surgery. Because this is the only type of surgery performed the surgeons are considered the best in the world. Couples travel from around the world for the relief of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome.


Not too long ago the center began receiving calls from women who were having side effects from the Essure procedure. Prolonged bleeding and pain seemed to be the two main chief complaints. Women are being told that the only way to remove the Essure coils is with a full hysterectomy. Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith have not only managed to reverse the Essure and restore fertility the first Essure Reversal baby was born in 2/2011.


Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome Relief Found

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.

Long-Term Side Effects of Tubal Ligation

Tubal ligation or tying tubes has been around for many years. Sought after by those who do not want to have children or those who have completed their family. This form of permanent female sterilization is considered very effective.

For some there are no issues after the tubal ligation and these women are very happy with the decision they have made. For others something dreadful begins to take place. There is a name for the many symptoms that take place after a woman has had a tubal ligation. This is what many call Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. This is becoming more heard about. With the increasing use of the Internet women are making their voices heard across the globe.

Although many in the medical field do not acknowledge PTLS there are a few doctors that do. But before we jump ahead let me just list a few of the symptoms.

  • Painful and heavy periods.
  • Body aches and pains that are unexplained.
  • Mood swings that are worse than PMS.
  • Headaches
  • Weight gain that is not helped by exercising and diet.
  • Unexplained night sweats.
  • Dry itchy and flaking skin.
  • Hair that literally is dry and brittle and thinning and may fall out in clumps.
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Hopelessness
  • Marital problems
  • No desire for sex

This is just a few of the symptoms that many women suffer from after a tubal ligation. What happens next is just as troublesome. The woman will see her physician and explain what is happening. Patient is often told things such as:

  • It is in your head.
  • Get used to it you are getting older.
  • You are just depressed and lets give you a med for it.

Imagine getting this as a response? And some women do begin to second-guess themselves. Sad but true!

Is there help? Yes, there is help and actually surgeons that do believe that PTLS does happen to women. Dr. Berger and Dr. Monteith of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center perform just tubal ligation reversal surgery. This center is well known around the world and couples travel from every corner of the globe.

Although many do go to the center to have fertility restored after a tubal ligation to have another baby there are quite a few that seek the procedure to rid themselves of PTLS.

The long-term effects of tubal ligation have women desperate for help. And the great news is that the patients are reporting improvement immediately following their reversal surgery.

For more information on the long-term effects of tubal ligation please visit Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center. The tubal reversal nurses are also available for a free phone consultation by calling 1-919-968-4656.

Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome And Waiting For Tubal Reversal

For those who have had a tubal ligation and now suffer from Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome and are waiting to have a tubal reversal the wait can seem like forever.


Many women on the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center website message board discuss Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome and how it can actually control their lives and not in a good way. Many times their hair will begin to fall out or thin and that is not counting the night sweats and mood swings.


Many times the waiting is hardest part. When dealing with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome everyday seems like a month and the countdown to tubal reversal and freedom has begun. Many times women have been told that Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome is not even real and this makes the waiting that much harder.


For many women who are anticipating tubal reversal surgery the saving the money is the hardest part to get through. Many couples use part of their income tax returns while others do little things like not get the extras at the grocery store. Many times instead of buying gifts they will make them to save money and these ideas help in the saving process. For more great ideas on saving for tubal reversal surgery the tubal reversal message board has many ideas from women that have had to do the saving.


Although it does take time while waiting for the tubal reversal surgery it helps when you interact with others who are going through the same thing. The Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center website has a vast amount of information as well as tubal reversal videos and a blog. The tubal reversal nurses are available seven days a week for those who have questions and would like to speak with the staff.

Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome And Its Symptoms

For the many women who have had a tubal ligation and soon after knew something wasn’t right it is probably Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. Many women suffer from this and the sad thing is that many in the medical community do not acknowledge that it actually exists.


Some of the symptoms are:

  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Irregular Menses
  • Bad cramping
  • Pain during ovulation
  • Extremely tired all of the time
  • Severe mood swings
  • Changes in appetite
  • Anxiety


As the patient in the above video describes, many women seek tubal ligation reversal in order to help relieve the symptoms of PTLS.


Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is dedicated to tubal ligation reversal. On the websites message board tubal ligation reversal patients write about the symptoms they have suffered with PTLS and how they were relieved after surgery and they are finally getting their lives back. For more information there is also a very informative blog that explains the symptoms and how tubal ligation reversal brings relief.


Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith are in the process of collecting data from tubal ligation reversal patients to help those who suffer find relief. 

Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Surgery Pregnancy Study 2009


It is slowly becoming a known fact that tubal ligation reversal is the most successful treatment for women choosing to have a child after tubal ligation (tubes tied). Dr. Gary Berger of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has just completed a very detailed pregnancy study. The difference with this study is that it was conducted on a large number of women (over 5000) whereas in the past studies the numbers were extremely small.


A woman choosing to have a baby after tubal ligation is very common. Many want another child due to a new relationship, suffering from PTLS symptoms, or the loss of a child.


What many do not realize is that tubal ligation (considered permanent) is reversible. Not only is it reversible but also can be reversed through outpatient, one hour, low cost surgery. The sad truth is that even at this time many physicians still believe that IVF is the only alternative treatment. The outcome of this study not only shows that tubal ligation reversal is not only successful for most women but also has a better pregnancy rate.


When a woman is searching for information on IVF is very easy to find. Be it on the Internet or at the CDC (Centers For Disease Control). Tubal ligation reversal pregnancy and birth statistics are very hard to find on the other hand. With this report and statistics being completed on a very large number of women who have had tubal ligation reversal there is now more than enough evidence that tubal ligation reversal does work.