Tubal Ligation Reversal
Tubal Ligation is a type of sterilization process for continuous blocking of pregnancy by connecting the fertile bed pipe (fallopian pipe) in women. It is now possible with microsurgery to restore the tubes of women who want to be fertile by giving up this decision. During the recall of the tube binding process, the surgeon takes the closed part of the fallopian pipe and combines the remaining parts of the tubes to allow pregnancy. If the process of converting the tube binding to its former state is successful, the eggs can move towards the uterus (uterus) for reinsing, and the sperm can move up from the fallopian tubes and meet the egg. Tubal Ligation causes little damage to the fallopian pipe and allows successful Tubal Ligation Reversal. At least one fallopian pipe remains open after the retractation of the tube binding process, and 75 percent of the women who undergo this process become pregnant. Why Is It Done? The reconversion of Tubal Ligation to the old state can allow the woman with the tubes to become pregnant without the support of other drugs. You may regret havingTubal Ligation for many reasons. These: Being young at the time of the procedure After the birth to have been processed in less than a year Change in marital status Poor knowledge about tube binding and other birth control methods Tubal Ligation due to health problems or partner’s pressure You can also choose the Tubal Ligation Reversal because you do not prefer external fertilization in a word tube baby (in vitro fertilization). If you want to get pregnant after Tubal Ligation,’in vitro fertilization’ (IVF) is another option for you. IVF (IVF) process with matured eggs from women sperm taken from the male is fertilized in a container in the laboratory.2 to 5 days after fertilization, the embryo is placed in the uterus. The process of Tubal Ligation Reversal is not suitable for everyone. Your surgeon decides whether the process of restoring tube binding will be effective by looking at factors such as: Age, weight and body mass index General health status Tubal Ligation Type The extent of the damage to your Fallopian tubes Length of the remaining pipes Status of the last parts of fallopian tubes close to the ovaries Other reproductive factors Tube the process of reconverting the binding to the old state will probably succeed if the majority of healthy tubes still exist. If your fallopian tubes are clogged with handcuffs or rings in their original form, the retake of connecting the tubes will be much more successful compared to the burning (electrocoter) process for closing part of your fallopian tubes. In average patients, when the process of restoring Tubal Ligation is done using microsurgery techniques, pregnancy results in 75% of cases. Risks Tubal Ligation Reversal is a abdominal surgery. The risks associated with the Tubal Ligation Reversal are: Negative reaction to anesthesia Damage to intestines, bladders or major blood vessels Wound infections In some cases, fallopian tubes cannot be repaired or connected together. Even if the surgery is successful, pregnancy is not guaranteed. If you become pregnant after the process of Tubal Ligation Reversal the probability of your pregnancy being abnormal is between 2 and 3 percent. This abnormal is that when the fertilized egg is usually implanted outside the uterus into the fallopian tube occurs. Operation The process of Tubal Ligation Reversal can be performed on a hospital inpatient or outpatient treatment. The process typically takes 1 to 3 hours. During the process To perform the process of Tubal Ligation Reversal, the surgeon cuts a small cut (minilaparotomy) into your stomach and reveals your uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Your doctor, with the support of a microscope as an assistant, takes the clogged portions of the fallopian tubes and attaches each tube together with fine seams that can be absorbed. Keep in mind that during the Tubal Ligation,if it’s taken too much, the doctor may not be able to reconnect one or both of the tubes. After the process Recovery may take a week or more after the process of Tubal Ligation Reversal. After the process of Tubal Ligation Reversal into the old state, avoid using aspirin to relieve your pain, because aspirin can increase bleeding. You can take a bath 48 hours after the procedure, but avoid rubbing and pushing the cut area for a week. After bathing, carefully dry your cut area with the help of towels. Do not lift too heavy for two weeks and don’t have sex. When you start feeling better, you can gradually restart your normal activities. Your seams will be dissolved and will not require being removed.