Changed Your Mind Tubal Ligation Reversal Can HelpThere are many reasons why you might change your mind after having tubal ligation surgery. In fact, often times a woman may have made a decision in the past that she regrets. Whether she has remarried or wants to add to her family or simply changes her mind; tubal ligation reversal can help.

When we are younger we sometimes make decisions that we regret later on in life. Things change and so do our decisions but not every choice we make is reversible. Fortunately, the one decision that is most important to many women is whether or not to have a baby. After having a tubal ligation, some women may believe that everything is permanent and that they have no other options to have a baby naturally. This is far from the truth because a tubal ligation reversal is possible and has a high success rate.

Obviously there are determining factors in the success rate such as age, the partner’s fertility, the length of tube after it is joined together and even what kind of sterilisation was performed. However, with an overall success rate of around 66% with tubal ligation reversal, the odds are in your favour. In fact, in women under the age of 30, an astounding 80% fell pregnant.

It’s not for anyone to judge your decision. In fact, if you wish to learn more about the procedure and your chances of having a baby, all you have to do is contact us for an appointment with Mr Pickles to find out more. If you want to proceed after your consultation you can book your operation date immediately after.

Don’t let a prior decision affect your life forever, there is hope and you can change your mind with our help.

3 Comments

  1. lorraine wilkinson Jul 24, 2013 at 15:49

    Ive had tubal litigation. I want to get pregnant. Is this possible and how much will it cost for a reversal

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    • Reversal Info Jul 28, 2013 at 05:24

      Dear Lorraine,

      Many thanks for your enquiry regarding reversal of sterilisation.
      Your success rate is based on many things and in particular age, type
      of sterilisation and length of tube.

      It would be really useful to know what method of sterilisation was
      performed and this information can be accessed from your GP or
      hospital.

      The cost of the operation is £3995 and is based on a 1-2 night stay at
      the BMI Park Hospital in Nottingham.

      Mr Clive Pickles, Consultant Gynaecologist, will give you an
      approximate chance of success at your initial consultation based on
      your given circumstances ie, your age, type of sterilisation, previous
      pregnancies and partner’s fertility etc. You can then make an
      informed decision whether you wish to go ahead with a reversal
      operation.

      Your initial consultation can be via telephone or directly if you
      would prefer. As you will have seen from Mr Pickles’ website he has
      had tremendous success with his reversal of sterilisation technique
      and we continue to have a growing number of pregnancies.

      We do have a payment plan (BMI Card), details of which can be found on
      the link at the bottom of my website
      (www.femalesterilisationreversal.co.uk). This allows you 6 months
      interest free to pay for the operation. Thereafter the standard APR
      applies. You can either print off the application form from the link
      or alternatively I would be very happy to send you an application.

      Should you require any further information or indeed wish to make an
      appointment for an initial consultation, please do not hesitate to
      contact me either by email or directly on 0845 767 9767 or 0115
      9662111.

      With kind regards.

      Mandy Banbury
      PA to Mr Clive Pickles

      Reply

  2. Sandy Jun 30, 2014 at 13:49

    Hi I’m 43 I had a sterilisation don almost 12 years ago. I’m now with a new partner and have been with him for 5 years, we really want to have children now. Is it possible?
    How much will it cost?
    Is it successful?

    Reply

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