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Get pregnant even after your tubes were tied?

Yes, it's possible, scroll down to see how.

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Tubal Reversal Reality

Limited Success Rate: The success of a tubal reversal is unknown and depends on many factors including the length of the fallopian tubes and the method used.

Risk of Ectopic Pregnancy: There is a higher risk of a fertilized egg implanting outside the uterus, which can be life threatening and require surgery.

Availability of Skilled Surgeons: It’s difficult to find a skilled surgeon to perform the reversal and the surgery can be invasive.

High Cost: The cost can be higher than an IVF cycle and is rarely covered by insurance without a guaranteed outcome.

I got my tubes tied and now I want to have a baby

Tubal Reversal

Sometimes circumstances can change and you may want to get pregnant after your tubes have been tied. Having a reversal is never a sure bet you’ll be able to get pregnant, and it takes roughly 1 year to conceive after the reversal. Success is based on age, fertility health, scarring, and involves an invasive surgery.


IVF is the other option to conceive after your tubes have been tied. IVF bypasses the fallopian tubes and transfers an embryo directly into your uterus. Depending on a number of factors, IVF success rates can be quite high, plus there’s no invasive surgery and you can get pregnant in as little as two months.

Why IVF is a Better Option