No doubt, the decision to have children is considered the most crucial one, but the decision to not have children is not that easy as it appears. The connotation of ‘not to have kids’ is said with the context to prevent yourself from having the babies which are carried out by the technique known as tubal recanalization in Vizag.
- Why does the woman opt up for taking up the recanalisation procedure after having done tying up the tubes?
Most of the women who once have undertaken the tubal ligation procedure are sure to take up the recanalisation stratagem. The most common reason for doing this is the second marriage.
In one of the cases faced by the VJ’s Health Care: Multispeciality Hospital, there was a couple, the woman has gotten married for the second time after an unsuccessful first marriage. She did have 1 kid from her previous marriage. Afterwards owing to some circumstances she underwent the tubal ligation procedure. But now she wants to have a baby with her second husband. So we suggested taking up a tubal recanalisation procedure. And guess what!! Now she is in a happy marriage and has naturally delivered twin children.
- A woman asked,” I have undergone a tubal ligation procedure last year, now I want to have a baby. Can this procedure be reversed?
The tubal ligation procedure is reversible. It can be reversed within a given period. But yes!! It is relevant to mention here, it can be reversed in the case of 1 year.
- Is the procedure used to reverse the nature of the tubal ligation of invasive nature?
A decade ago, the procedure which was used to reverse the ligation was invasive. But with the advancement of medical science, the modifications were done and resulted in a non-invasive procedure which is carried out by making incisions that are not more than 2 inches long. Besides, the recovery rate is tremendously rapid. Within a week you can pursue your efforts for conception.
- What are the benefits of choosing tubal reversal over In-Vitro-Fertilisation?
The predominant advantage of choosing the tubal reversal over IVF is that you can conceive considerably more number of times as compared to IVF. IVF is associated with some of the risk factors but there are no risks and complications which are linked with Tubal reversal.
- What is the role of your partner’s fertility in taking up the procedure?
If your partner does come up with a healthy semen sample, then you should go ahead taking up the tubal reversal procedure. But if your partners do not have an ideal semen sample then what is the use for you to go through the reversal technique. Yeah!! If you are comfortable getting pregnant with the donor sperm, then you can consider taking up the strategy.