Every woman should have the choice as to whether she wants to become a mother or not. Unfortunately, there are some women in cultures around the world who are taught to believe that their one job is to have children to carry on their husband's lineage. This is simply unacceptable. So, those women who have the means have their fallopian tubes blocked in order to prevent pregnancy for the time being.
However, sometimes the woman's lifestyle changes (as well as her personal preferences) to such an extent that she wants a tubal reversal. Basically the tubal reversal procedure is a surgery wherein the fallopian tubes are unlocked, thus re-enabling pregnancy. When it comes to physically preparing for this procedure, it is very important to note that the patient must relax as much as possible, complete with visualization of the end result – the face of their new baby!
In order to mentally prepare for a tubal reversal procedure, a woman has to steel herself against what some have described as excruciating pain. This pain does not happen during the procedure itself. General or local anesthesia can be used, in accordance with the patient's preferences.
The pain actually occurs after the tubal reversal surgery, because the uterus has undergone a major change. However, with rest and medication the pain should ease soon. Obviously, patients want to know how soon they will be able to get pregnant. Well, this number tends to vary, but ideally a woman will conceive within three months of having the procedure done.