Reversal Of Female SterilisationHere at The Female Sterilisation Reversal Clinic, we believe it’s important for women to understand exactly what’s in store for them once their procedure is completed. Many women are very eager to start trying to conceive right away. Perhaps you can relate because you’ve been contemplating having the procedure yourself. However, it is vital for you to know what you can expect in the coming months.

Recovery Time

Our surgeon, Mr Clive Pickles, has become an expert when it comes to reversal of female sterilisation. His goal is to provide you with a complete tubal ligation reversal that makes both of your fallopian tubes patent. He uses the most delicate of microsurgical techniques to open your tubes. However, because this is a surgical procedure involving incisions, there is a recovery time to be expected. We advise women to expect to take about a month off from work so that they can recover properly and completely.

Intimate Time

One of the most common questions we receive from our patients is, “When can I start having sex again?” The answer is going to vary from patient to patient, of course, but generally we advise you to wait until you feel physically ready. For most of our patients, they wait until after they have had their first period. Once you have a period, you can begin keeping track of your cycles, which will help you pinpoint your most fertile time during the month.

Achieving Pregnancy

Of course, the best part of having female sterilisation reversal surgery is anticipating achieving pregnancy. Because Mr Pickles has had so much experience in performing this procedure, his success rate is excellent. We always look forward to hearing from our patients when they find out they’re expecting a new baby, and we hear many new reports each and every month.

If you and your partner are considering reversal of female sterilisation, and you would like to make an appointment to discuss the procedure with Mr Pickles in more detail, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us today.

 

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