Can I get a tubal reveral after an ablation? If not, would a gestational carrier be best?

I've had an ablation. Despite this, I still have normal, regular periods. If I have tubal reversal, do I have a chance to get pregnant? If not, would a gestational carrier be best?

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Tubal reversal after ablation is possible if you understand the risk of pregnancy. In general, your chances would be much better and the pregnancy safer if you do in vitro fertilization and had a gestational carrier to carry the pregnancy.

Answered by A Personal Choice Tubal Reversal (View Profile)

Tubal reversal after ablation is possible if you understand the risk of pregnancy. In general, your chances would be much better and the pregnancy safer if you do in vitro fertilization and had a gestational carrier to carry the pregnancy.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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