Restoring Fertility with Sterilisation ReversalAt the time you decided to have tubal ligation, you had good reasons and intentions. Perhaps you and your husband felt that your family was complete. You may have decided for tubal ligation based on practical reasons. Perhaps the prospect of more children seemed more than you could handle financially. Whatever your reasons, tubal ligation seemed to be the best solution for you at that time.

Tubal ligation is considered a sterilisation procedure and is the second most common form of birth control. Many women are not aware, however, that should the tubal ligation surgery fail, they could suffer an ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the uterus, most often in the fallopian tube. An ectopic pregnancy can be a life-threatening condition.

Just as there were many good reasons why you chose tubal ligation in the first place, you may now have many good reasons for wishing to undergo sterilisation reversal. Some women simply regret their choice to limit their family size, while others may find that a change in the circumstances in life make it desirable to have another baby. Sometimes, a second marriage with a partner who desires a child is the reason for choosing to seek out tubal ligation reversal.

At the Female Sterilisation Reversal Clinic, we understand how important restoring your fertility is to you. We will take the time to explain the procedure and what you can expect during your recovery period.

Our surgeon, Mr Clive Pickles, M.B. Ch.B. MRCOG, is a Consultant Gynelogical Specialist who has been performing reversal surgeries since 1989.  Check out our website for information on our success rates, or visit us on Facebook and read the messages of joy from patients who have successfully become pregnant following sterilisation reversal at our clinic. We want to rejoice with you, too.  Contact us to arrange a consultation.

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