What are my chances of becoming pregnant at age 33 if I had my tubes tied through my belly button 8 years ago?

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Answered by Southern California Reproductive Center

At age 41, the pregnancy rates are on average about 25% for a transfer of 1-2 embryos in an IVF cycle.

Published on Feb 05, 2015

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Answered by Southern California Reproductive Center

At age 41, the pregnancy rates are on average about 25% for a transfer of 1-2 embryos in an IVF cycle.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

There are 2 methods to achieve a pregnancy after having a tubal ligation: tubal reversal or IVF. In order to determine the chances of conceiving with either approach, we recommend having a basic fertility assessment as well as obtaining the details of the tubal ligation surgery (operative and pathology report). This last point is critical because the success of the reversal is intimately related to the specific method used to perform the surgery.

Published on Feb 05, 2015

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Answered by South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

There are 2 methods to achieve a pregnancy after having a tubal ligation: tubal reversal or IVF. In order to determine the chances of conceiving with either approach, we recommend having a basic fertility assessment as well as obtaining the details of the tubal ligation surgery (operative and pathology report). This last point is critical because the success of the reversal is intimately related to the specific method used to perform the surgery.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Fertility Insitute of Hawaii

There are two options for possible pregnancy. One is a reversal and the other would be IVF.

Published on Feb 03, 2015

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Answered by Fertility Insitute of Hawaii

There are two options for possible pregnancy. One is a reversal and the other would be IVF.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by USC Fertility

The chances of achieving pregnancy through in vitro fertilization (IVF), considering you're under the age of 35, is 50-60%. IVF is a more aggressive form of fertility treatment without having to undergo tubal ligation reversal.

Published on Feb 03, 2015

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Answered by USC Fertility

The chances of achieving pregnancy through in vitro fertilization (IVF), considering you're under the age of 35, is 50-60%. IVF is a more aggressive form of fertility treatment without having to undergo tubal ligation reversal.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Fertility Center & Applied Genetics of Florida

Hello and thank you for your question. There is more than a 90% chance that at least one tube will be open after the reversal. At your age, the chance of a conception in the following year will be in excess of 65%. This depends on how your tubes were tied. Many surgeons will review your old surgical notes at no charge prior to the consultation.

Published on Feb 03, 2015

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Answered by Fertility Center & Applied Genetics of Florida

Hello and thank you for your question. There is more than a 90% chance that at least one tube will be open after the reversal. At your age, the chance of a conception in the following year will be in excess of 65%. This depends on how your tubes were tied. Many surgeons will review your old surgical notes at no charge prior to the consultation.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by A Personal Choice Tubal Reversal

At age 33 you have up to a 75% chance of becoming pregnant after tubal reversal. However, you should be aware that those chances can be affected by various factors. The fertility specialist you consult with will need to consider the type of ligation you had, and also look at your ovarian reserve and tubal health, among other things.

Published on Feb 03, 2015

Answered by A Personal Choice Tubal Reversal (View Profile)

At age 33 you have up to a 75% chance of becoming pregnant after tubal reversal. However, you should be aware that those chances can be affected by various factors. The fertility specialist you consult with will need to consider the type of ligation you had, and also look at your ovarian reserve and tubal health, among other things.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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