I have two choices Tubal Reversal and IVF but I am confused which is best between these procedures Tubal Reversal & IVF? Can anyone tell me about it?
Both tubal reversal and in vitro fertilization can provide a woman a chance to have a baby again. In many situations tubal ligation reversal can be more inexpensive, more successful, and can provide more chances at becoming pregnant than can in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
Having a tubal ligation, or “getting your tubes tied” as it’s commonly called, is a permanent form of birth control or female sterilization. Tubal reversal is a good technique to restore the connection between the interrupted tubal segments.
If women fewer than 35 and in good fertile health, her tubal reversal success rate will likely be high. Within a year of having a tubal reversal, success rates naturally range from about 50 to 80 percent.
This number shows the percentage of couples that are able to get pregnant. With each month of trying to conceive after a tubal reversal, success rates are lower than usual pregnancy rates of women who have not under gone a tubal reversal.
IVF (In Vitro Fertilization):
In vitro fertilization has become the foremost technique for achieving pregnancy in women with blocked fallopian tubes, success rates have improved significantly and its use is now applied to many extra fertility problems such as severe male factor and unexplained infertility. In essence, the technique involves deliberately hyper-stimulating the ovaries.
I have found an article on a website about Tubal Reversal where Dr.Morice tells briefly on Tubal Reversal. If you need more information about Tubal Ligation Reversal you can visit this website: http://www.tubal-reversal-surgery.net/ .
Choice among tubal reversal & IVF:
Conclusion between tubal reversal and IVF is complicated. In addition to expenses and success rates, one should also consider long range plans. How many more children are desired? If multiple children are desired and the woman is young, tubal reversal is perhaps a best choice.
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