Tubal Ligation Reversal
Tubal ligation reversal is a procedure for women who wish to have a previous tubal sterilization undone because of changes in their life situations. A skilled reproductive endocrinologist may be able to successfully reconnect the tubes, depending on how the tubes were "tied" and other factors. Pregnancy rates after successful tubal reversal surgery are approximately 75% over a two-year period, with half of those pregnancies occurring within the first 6 months.
As part of the UAB Division of Women's Reproductive Healthcare, UAB Obstetrics and Gynecology’s services range from complete obstetric care to the medical and surgical treatment of complicated gynecological concerns. We work closely with the UAB Medicine Interventional Radiology team to diagnose and treat your condition, using the latest and most accurate technology and imaging methods, including fluoroscopy, ultrasound, and CT scans. Because UAB Medicine is an academic health center, patients may be offered participation in clinical research trials, which can give you access to new techniques and treatments that are not available elsewhere in the area. Our physicians are here for you at all times, from your first routine gynecological exam, to delivering your baby, to guiding you through menopause. When you establish a relationship with our doctors, you can rely upon that relationship throughout your lifetime.
Robot-Assisted Hysterectomy at UAB Medicine
UAB is an active participant in research and clinical trials. We encourage you to speak to your physician about research and clinical trial options and browse the link below for more information.View Clinical Trials
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