Essure Reversal: It Could Be Done
Essure tubal ligations are intended to be permanent, but we have perfected Essure reversal can provide women the ability to become naturally pregnant again after Essure.
Essure: How Does It Work?
During an Essure procedure a small metal coil is placed inside the opening of each tube.
This causes the fallopian tube to heal closed by the formation of scar tissue inside the tube.
The scar tissue formation causes the fallopian tube to close from the inside but only in the very beginning of the tube.
The Essure coils are intended to permanently remain in the fallopian tubes after the scar tissue has formed.
Essure Tubal Reversal is Performed
For women who want to have their Essure reversed it is important to have first comprehensive consultation. This procedure is a bit more challenging and harder than the tubal ligation reversal. In an effort to remove the Essure coils from fallopian tubes along with the scar tissues, your fallopian tubes are removed from the uterus. Right after that, your fallopian tubes are reconnected, rejoined, or reattached through the new openings in the uterus. This procedure is generally known as tubouterine implantation. Essure reversal is performed to make sure that there is no chance of the coils disrupting a growing pregnancy.