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About Tubal Reversal

Every day hundreds of women believe they are done having children and choose to get a tubal ligation, only to later realize they want another baby. Tubal reversal can help some women achieve that dream.

Tubal reversal is microsurgery that reconnects the two remaining sections of the fallopian tubes. Because the fallopian tube’s diameter can vary from one end to the other the most successful surgery occurs if the two sections are close to the same size.

It is important to know that this surgery is not a guarantee that you will get pregnant again, but it is your best option.


Learn more about Tubal Reversal

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