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The tubal ligation reversal is a surgery done in order to restore fertility after the ligation of fallopian tubes (a sterilization procedure in which the fallopian tubes are severed or completely blocked to prevent pregnancy) was previously realized.
The tubal ligation reversal allows the woman to get pregnant without any additional procedures. There are several reasons why a person might regret choosing female sterilization through tubal ligation:
Any woman who wants to restore her fertility after a tubal ligation surgery can opt to have the procedure reversed
During the tubal ligation reversal, the surgeon removes the blocked segment of the fallopian tubes and reconnects the rest of the tubes in order to enable pregnancy. If the procedure is successful, the eggs will get back to the uterus through the fallopian tubes and the semen will travel up the fallopian tubes to fertilize the egg. The fertilized egg will adhere to the uterine wall afterwards.
Most tubal ligation procedures can be reversible. After the tubal ligation procedures, at least one of the tubes will be functional and up to 75% of women who have undergone this surgery are able to conceive. The procedure is done under general anaesthesia.
A tubal ligation reversal surgery can cost much more than the original ligation one due to its complexity. In the U.S., the price of a tubal ligation reversal is about $6,000 and may not include consultations, lab work, or facility, equipment or other fees (like anaesthesia). Depending on the patient’s geographical location and surgical technique, patients will pay as much as $7,000 to $10,000.
However, patients travelling to destinations such as Mexico or India can save 35% to 50% or more, depending on the tubal ligation reversal technique utilized.