There are few things that bring more joy into our lives than a new baby. If you’ve made the decision to have female sterilization, once you start thinking that you’d like to have another baby, it can feel like there’s no hope for you. Perhaps you’ve heard of sterilization reversal but you’re nervous about proceeding with yet, another operation.
The staff at The Female Sterilisation Reversal Clinic consists of some of the most caring professionals you’ll ever meet. We understand what some of your concerns might be, and we’d love to answer your questions.
The surgery itself only lasts about an hour. We ask that you plan on staying in the hospital for one or two nights, and you’ll be able to resume your regular activities within a month after your surgery.
When you have your surgery, we’ll use general anesthesia, and you’ll have two incisions. Mr Pickles is our surgeon, and he always makes an attempt to perform the surgery on both of your fallopian tubes. There have been some cases where he has only been able to reconnect one tube. Every case is different, and Mr Pickles will assess both of your tubes to make a determination.
When you first had your female sterilization surgery, there were clips placed across your fallopian tubes. Those clips will be removed by Mr Pickles and the two ends of the tubes will be sewn together. Any scarring you might experience will be very low on your abdomen, in the same general location as a C-section scar.
Our patients have been very pleased with their results, and we get reports on a monthly basis that many of them have been able to conceive the child they’ve wanted, but thought they might never be able to have. We’d love for you to experience the joy they’re experiencing.
If you’d like more information about female sterilization reversal, we invite you to contact us. We’d love to talk to you about any of your questions or concerns.