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Essure Tubal Reversal
Essure Reversal: The First Doctors To Prove 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.
Our office would like to see a copy of your medical history along with any surgical notes this will provide information to us how your tubes were tied.
Many women finding out that a Essure Tubal Reversal Surgery is the most cost effective treatment to get pregnant after a tubal ligation. Many women who have been told their only chance to get pregnant is through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or similar technologies but women can get pregnant and have a baby at a fraction of the cost and with much less risk with Essure Tubal Reversal Surgery.
What are my chances of getting pregnant?
For women under 40 years of age, a tubal reversal done using the traditional surgical procedures offers an excellent change of conceiving. Conception usually occurs in the first year following the procedure.
A Tubal Reversal significantly increases your chances of becoming pregnant. However, there is no guarantee; some women find they still cannot conceive after a reversal.
Is Tubal Reversal A Good Option For Me?
Not all women who have had a tubal ligation will be able to have the procedure reversed. During your initial assessment for the procedure, your fertility specialist will examine the current health of your fallopian tubes, most likely through laparoscopy. How your tubal ligation was done (whether your fallopian tubes were cut, tied, cauterized or non-surgically blocked)
Your current age and health conditions
The method used in your original ligation
The location in your fallopian tubes where the sterilization occurred
How much of your fallopian tubes remains to be treated
It is possible to reverse tubal ligations with tubal microsurgery. This procedure has a fast recovery rate and a high rate of fertility after surgery.
Reversal surgery is often very successful for women who have had tubal ligations. We want to ensure that your tubal reversal surgery is affordable, comfortable, and successful. To do this, we will ensure that you have access to all options available for sterilization reversal.
Are the costs of Tubal Reversal operation covered by Insurance?
We accept a variety of insurance carriers and plans. If after Tubal Ligation Procedure
for example you are having menstrual irregularities, hair loss, headaches, hemorrhage
, pain any of these symptoms discuss it with doctor. Your Insurance could cover
medically necessary portion of your procedure.
You may submit information regarding your insurance carrier to our Patient/Insurance coordinator department. Our staff without cost
to you will verify your insurance coverage and determine if your insurance covers
TYPES OF ANESTHESIA
General Anesthesia, in which case you'll sleep through the entire operation and do not feel any pain.
*Additional fees for general anesthesia, operating room and post-surgery recovery. The Information Presented On This Website Is Intended To Be Used For Informational Use Only; It Is Not Intended To Be A Substitute For Professional Advice. If You Are Planning On Having A Procedure Performed Or If There Is Anything You Don't Understand Or Have Questions About Your Procedure, Time, Price Variation Due Patient Comorbidity, Blood Work, Additional Cost for General Anesthesia, Post Surgery Recovery, Combination Of The Different Procedures. Please Consult Our Physician Who Will Be Happy During Your Free Consultation To Go Over In Details With All Your Questions.