Reversal Of Female Sterilisation Ready For Your Positive TestRemember how it felt to be trying to get pregnant and then finally lay your eyes on that positive pregnancy test? Whether you’ve had one baby or seven babies, there’s nothing like that feeling that another one is on the way. You just can’t stop yourself from hoping and dreaming about how your son or daughter will look, what their personality will be like, and how you’ll love to become a Mum again.

If you’ve had reversal of female sterilisation, you might have thought that those days were long gone. You probably thought that you’d never be looking at another positive pregnancy test, and you’ve tried really hard to concentrate on the family that you have now. That can be difficult to do when you feel like your family is incomplete.

We have a lot of patients here at The Female Sterilisation Reversal Clinic, and all of them have their own stories. Each one has a reason why they chose female sterilisation at some point in their lives. However, all of them agree on one thing–they believe that they shouldn’t have made that decision.

We’ve spoken with so many women who have suffered from depression for years because they obsessed over that fateful decision to have female sterilisation surgery. It was a pleasure to tell them that all hope wasn’t lost. It was still a very real possibility that they could achieve pregnancy and add on to their beautiful families. The same is true for you.

Our surgeon, Mr Clive Pickles has an excellent success rate. In fact, the majority of women who have female sterilisation reversal surgery are able to achieve pregnancy relatively quickly. Your results could be just as good.

If you find that you just can’t “shake” that feeling that you want to have another baby, we’d like to talk to you. You can have the baby you’ve been dreaming about, and we can make it happen for you.

For more information, contact us today.

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  1. christine davies Jun 23, 2013 at 00:24

    Hi im enquiring about reversal of sterlization i had 17yrs ago can it still be reversed

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