Tube Ligation Reversal
In a tubal ligation, also known as “having your tubes tied,” your fallopian tubes are cut or blocked. Tubal ligation prevents pregnancy by keeping the sperm and egg from meeting in the fallopian tube.
Some women who have had a tubal ligation might choose to have it reversed. A tubal ligation reversal reconnects the blocked or cut segments of the fallopian tube, and this allows a woman who had previously had her tubes tied to become pregnant naturally. This procedure is also known as tubal reanastomosis, tubal reversal, or tubal sterilization reversal.
Several things should be considered before you and your partner decide that the operation is right for you:
Pregnancy Success Rates After Reversal
If your remaining fallopian tubes are healthy, and you and your partner don’t have any other infertility issues, you have a good chance of getting pregnant after tubal reversal.