Tubal ligation is a permanent method of female sterilization, which involves the tying up of the fallopian tubes, which obstructs the subsequent travel of the ovum from the ovaries to the uterus. Annually, more than half a million women in the United States undergo tubal ligation, with the intent of limiting their family size.
Tubal ligation reversal is considered by many women (about six percent) with the intent to relive their experience of pregnancy and child birth. Tubal ligation reversal is referred to as ‘Tubal Re-anastamosis’. Tubal ligation reversal procedures are available abroad at less than half the cost. International destinations where a tubal ligation reversal is conducted are Mexico, Costa Rica, India, Jordan, and Turkey.
In addition to the renewed desire to mother a baby, many women consider tubal ligation reversal to overcome the undesirable effects of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome. The symptoms may include menstrual irregularities, loss of libido, vaginal dryness and early onset of menopausal symptoms (hot flushes, mood swings, irritability, palpitation, and anxiety).
However not all women with tubal ligation, can consider a reversal. Reversal depends upon certain factors like age, the procedure used for the tubal ligation, the exact position of the ligation, and fallopian tube length available after the procedure. The medical team would require examining other health considerations before suggesting the viability of a tubal ligation reversal.
Clinical evidence suggests that the success rate for tubal ligation reversal is about 20% to 80%. The most important consideration is the age of the women, with women below forty years of age showing pregnancy success rate of as high as 80%. Furthermore, the technique used for re-canalization of the fallopian tubes also plays a crucial role. Conventional methods of reversal have shown a success rate of 70% while, the use of microsurgery has shown slightly higher success rates of up to 90% (i.e. 90% of women get pregnant within a year of the reversal surgery).
There are several issues that need to be considered before undertaking the Tubal Ligation Reversal Surgery. These parameters are to be considered in the following sequence to verify the need and rationale for undertaking the tubal recanalization surgery.
There are several ways and techniques of conducting a Tubal Ligation Reversal Surgery, however, broadly, the procedures can be classified in the following two categories:
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Mexico proffers advanced, top notch, surgical procedures and facilities at a fraction of the cost that is charged in the United States of America. The surgeons are exceedingly skilled, well experienced and provide both the conventional procedure for tubal ligation reversal and the more advanced micro-surgery technique
Costa Rica, another, most sought after medical tourist destination, assures the finest and most favorable medical and health care facilities. Proficient surgeons and clinical personnel, provide optimum care.
A desired location to have surgical and clinical procedures carried out, India, promises excellent and deft medical staff, advanced surgical techniques, and modern equipment. Tubal ligation reversal procedures are conducted in a quick and cost effective manner.
Jordan is another lucrative medical tourist destination, providing ample medical care, coupled with the use of sophisticated surgical equipment by dexterous doctors and surgeons.
Turkey provides the most suitable, apt, and advanced levels of health care and the management of tubal ligation reversal procedures at an extremely low cost. Notably, low cost does not signify that the levels of standard and quality are compromised. Turkey grants top quality health care speedily and economically.
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