Trying to Conceive Naturally after Tubal Ligation
One of the most effective forms of birth control is having a tubal ligation. This process is actually a medical procedure that is conducted on women who are looking to prevent pregnancy for the rest of their lives. Because of this, it can be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to become pregnant naturally after having a tubal ligation.
When this procedure is conducted, doctors will actually sever the Fallopian tubes by cutting them. Sometimes, the ends are burned as well, which will further help prevent pregnancy. This will prevent the egg from reaching the uterus where it will become fertilized.
In order to become pregnant after a tubal ligation, a medical procedure will be necessary to reverse the process. If possible, doctors will attempt to reattach the Fallopian tubes. While this can essentially cause a woman to become fertile once again, there are chances that it will not be successful.
For example, it is possible that the Fallopian tubes will not be long enough to make the attachment possible. It is also possible that damage will occur, which will block the tubes. However, reversals are typically fairly successful. Women who reverse a tubal have about a 75% chance of becoming pregnant following the reversal.
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