Tubal Ligation Reversal Pregnancy Statistics Study Available Now

Published: 25th September 2009
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You are a woman who has had a tubal ligation. You've decided you want a pregnancy to have a child. You know there are a couple options available but you are hearing all kinds of stories about how successful each option can be. What you would really like is to have a tubal reversal. What kind of pregnancy statistics are available for this surgical alternative?

If you have been asking your doctor and even trying to find the answer online, you may be confused. Some who you would expect to know the facts, like your own doctor, tell you that reversing your tubal ligation is just not a viable option. You may have been told that your chances of getting pregnant are only 10 - 20%. Others may have told you though that it is higher. It's even as much as 50%. You just don't know who to believe.

Now you don't have to wonder any more. A pregnancy statistics study has recently been published. These statistics are the result of eight years of accumulated data from over 5000 women. The data has been sorted by the different factors that affect tubal reversal success.

This means you can find the pregnancy statistics that best meet your own situation. For instance, what type of tubal ligation did you have? That is important to know. You can use the tables available in the study results and look up the method that tied your tubes. Was it ligature and resection? Clips or rings? Did you have your fallopian tubes burned? Or was another method such as fimbriectomy, Essure or Adiana used?

Age is another factor to how well your tubal reversal will do. Just look up your age in the charts divided into groups and learn what your chances of getting pregnant are. It's simple to do and easy to read. This is just some of what you can learn from reviewing the results of this new study.

Most likely you know the other alternative to reversing your tubal ligation is IVF. How does it compare to tubal reversal? No need to keep wondering. With the available figures for IVF from the CDC itself, this new pregnancy statistics study allows you to make the comparison. There is even a link back to the CDC results to look it over yourself. You are going to learn that tubal reversal does better than IVF based on these 5000 plus women and the CDC results.

Interpret the pregnancy statistics results yourself. They are available at the http://www.tubal-reversal.net/ website. Look up your type of tubal ligation and learn what your chances are of a successful pregnancy.

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