How do I know if Tubal Ligation Reversal Surgery is right for me?
The North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine will
conduct a thorough examination of each patient’s medical
history, as provided by her Ob-Gyn and/or tubal ligation
surgeon. There are several different methods of tubal ligation
and each requires a different surgical reversal technique in
order to reverse the original surgery. Reversal can be successful
for almost every woman who chooses to have the reversal
surgery, regardless of the kind of tubal ligation that had been
previously performed, unless the tubes were removed.
Success rates by age.
In addition, if our surgeons find uterine fibroids and/or uterine polyps, they will remove them because they can interfere with pregnancy. Not removing these non-cancerous growths can reduce your chances of a successful tubal reversal surgery and future chances of a successful pregnancy. Because either of these cases are gynecologic issues, most health insurance plans will cover the cost of the removal unless the patient has not met her deductible. Patients with no insurance would be expected to pay for the procedure out of pocket.
If you’d like to move forward with tubal reversal surgery, the first step is to fill out these forms and submit them securely through our website. A member of our staff will contact you once we receive these completed forms.
For more information, call 919-233-1680 ext. 180 or