Dr. Mor has undergone extensive training in microsurgery and tubal ligation reversal surgery techniques. He’s incredibly experienced in the process, performing hundreds of procedures each year.
Dr. Mor can reverse most cases of tubal ligation and takes into consideration the following criteria when determining if you’re a good candidate:
The doctor also takes into account any other gynecological surgeries you’ve had, such as procedures to remove endometriosis or fibroids. These surgeries can leave scar tissue, which can complicate tubal ligation reversal.
Dr. Mor also assesses the health of your ovaries, uterus, and existing fallopian tubes. Understanding your personal health history helps him customize your procedure and make it as safe and easy as possible. This evaluation also ensures you’re able to get pregnant once your tubal ligation has been reversed.
The whole surgery takes 2-3 hours total. Generally, Dr. Mor places a small “bikini” cut near the line of your pubic hair. He uses microscopic instruments to remove any clips or rings that were placed to block your tubes. The ends of the fallopian tubes are then reconnected to your uterus with small stitches.
Reversal of tubal ligation is done on an outpatient basis. You’re placed under general anesthesia, but don’t spend the night in the hospital. As soon as your vital signs are stable, we send you home the same day to recover.
Following a reversal of tubal ligation, you can look forward to getting pregnant naturally – without any assisted reproduction. You’ll carry a baby like any other woman who has not had a tubal ligation.
The California Center for Reproductive Health boasts high pregnancy rates following tubal ligation reversal. We can support you throughout your pregnancy, too, to ensure things go smoothly throughout the nine months of gestation and delivery.
Certain types of tubal ligation, like Essure® or total removal of the fallopian tubes, just can’t be reversed. Dr. Mor and our team at the California Center for Reproductive Health explore other options for you in these cases, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) so you can still bear a child.
Call one of our offices in Encino, Santa Monica, Valencia, Alhambra, and West Hollywood, California, to set up a consultation and evaluation. Alternatively, you can schedule an appointment online.