Like many women, it’s possible that you opted to have a tubal ligation after you had your last baby. It was convenient for you because it was offered to you right after delivery. You felt confident about your decision during that time, and you felt you were ready to enjoy the growing up stages your children were in, and move on to the next phase of your life.
Many women make the decision to have a tubal ligation right after delivery, and honestly, many of them regret that decision a few months, or even several years later. You may have even felt surprised to find yourself wishing that you had another baby, and once those feelings occur, it’s common for depression to rear its ugly head.
Fortunately, there are options for women who realise they want to have another baby after having a tubal ligation. One of those options is tubal ligation reversal.
Tubal ligation reversal is a surgical procedure that involves reopening your fallopian tubes and reattaching them. Because your original tubal ligation could have been performed in a multitude of ways, your surgery might be very different from another patient’s experience. Some patients opt for surgical clips to be placed on the severed fallopian tubes, while others choose to have the ends of the tube cauterised. Either way, tubal ligation reversal can effectively restore your fertility and allow you to get pregnant again.
While those thoughts of sadness can sometimes creep in, here at the Female Sterilisation Reversal Clinic, we feel that it’s important for you to realise that there are options for you when you want to have another baby. Our surgeon, Mr Clive Pickles, has helped a countless number of women to do exactly that. He would love to help you too.
If you have questions about tubal ligation reversal, or you would like to set up your first appointment with Mr Pickles, please contact us today.