Female Reversal Success Rates

Female Sterilisation Reversal Success Rates

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Mr Pickles is very experienced at performing Female Sterilisation Reversal operations and his results are comparative with those published.

 

In December 20011, a report by the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center in USA published their female reversal success rates. In all over 9,935 women over the period of 11 years had a reversal of their sterilisation. The overall pregnancy rate was 66% based on 3317 pregnancies. Their results  of pregnancy by age were as follows:

* women under 30 years old, 81% became pregnant

* women aged 30-34,  75% became pregnant

* women aged 35-39, 65% became pregnant

* women aged over 40, 34 % became pregnant

Chapel Hill Female Sterilisation Reversal Success Rates by Method of Sterilisation

Using this large study, it is possible to understand whether different methods of the female sterilisation reversal operation make a difference to outcomes.  The following methods  indicate how the women had been sterilised prior to them having a reversal of their sterilisation operation:

* Using clips as a method of sterilisation, 78% of women achieved a pregnancy afterward their female sterilisation reversal surgery

* Using rings as a method of sterilisation, 76% of women achieved a pregnancy afterwards

* Using coagulation as a method of sterilisation, 66% of women achieved a pregnancy afterwards

* Using ligation or resection as a method of sterilisation, 63% of women achieved a pregnancy afterwards

* Using Essure as a method of sterilisation, 35% of women achieved a pregnancy afterwards

* Other methods of sterilisation led to 52% of woman being able to achieve a pregnancy afterwards

 

The Chapel Hill Study Conclusions

The study concluded that the highest female reversal success rates were in women aged under 30 who had clips as their method of sterilisation. 78% of this group achieved pregnancy.  Of the 9,935 women who had sterilisation reversals, the average age was 34 and the majority of women (75%) were in their 30s. In all, the female sterilisation reversal success rates  indicated that the procedure had a generally successful outcome.

 

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