4 Questions about Tubal Ligation, Tubal Sterilzation and Tied Tubes. Can Felopio work for this?
Can tied fallopian tubes be undone naturally with Felopio?
I had my tubes tied years ago. Now, i want to have more kids. Can I get pregnant again? What are my options to get pregnant now?
Will I need tubal reversal surgery?
My tubes were tied, then I had a tubal reversal surgery but still have not been able to conceive. Why?
1. Tied Tubes, Tubal Ligation, Tubal sterilization. Can tied fallopian tubes be undone naturally with Felopio?
Here at Felopio, we have been getting this question a lot, so here is the answer.
No, the Felopio herbal treatment cannot undo tubal ligation. This is especially true if:
- the tubes were permanently removed
- the tube were cut and burned
- the tubes were clipped
There is a very small possibility of successfully undoing tubal ligation in cases of:
- the ensure procedure
- the avian procedure
The Felopio treatment clears scar tissue so in theory it maybe possible for the inserts of these procedures to come loose after the treatment clears the scar tissue that holds them in place.
However this should be avoided as not clearing all the scar tissue can lead to ectopic pregnancy. We do not recommend using Felopio to undo tubal ligation.
It is possible however to use Felopio if an initially successful tubal reversal surgery was already performed but a later HSG test found the tubes have closed with scar tissue. At that point, it is okay to use Felopio to clear the scar tissue and unblock the fallopian tubes again.
2. I had my tubes tied years ago. Now, i want to have more kids. Can I get pregnant again? What are my options to get pregnant now?
Yes, it is possible but costly.
First, you need to determine if you are looking to get pregnant naturally or with In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
If you want to get pregnant naturally, you will need to have tubal reversal surgery.
To know if tubal reversal surgery is possible in your case you will need to know what initial tubal ligation method was used in the first place. If the tubes were permanently removed, tubal reversal surgery is not possible and your only option to conceive would be through IVF. IVF bypasses the fallopian tubes and thus pregnancy can be achieved without them.
If any of the other tubal ligation methods was used such as the tubes were cut and burned, clipped or inserts were used to block them, a surgeon specializing in tubal reversal surgery will have to determine if reversal surgery will be possible depending on the condition of the tubes. If the tubal reversal surgery is possible and is performed successfully, there will be a possibility to get pregnant naturally for some time after the surgery. If that doesn’t happen and the tubes end up getting blocked from scar tissue, the Felopio Unblocking Kit can be used to breakdown and clear the blockages out of the tubes and thus allowing for natural pregnancy to happen. The cost of the tubal reversal surgery has to be considered, as well as the possibility that additional Felopio treatment maybe necessary if the tubes get blocked after tubal reversal.
If you consider IVF as option that it is not necessary to have the tubal reversal surgery as IVF works around fallopian tubes. Using the Felopio treatment prior to IVF can increase the chances of successful pregnancy on the first cycle.
3. Will I need tubal reversal surgery?
Yes, If you would like to get pregnant naturally you will need to have tubal reversal surgery.
4. My tubes were tied, then I had a tubal reversal surgery but still have not been able to conceive. They say scar tissue is blocking them. How can I conceive now?
It is common for the fallopian tubes to get blocked from scar tissue after tubal reversal surgery, very much in the same way that they tend to close after surgery to unblock the tubes.
Usually, the fallopian tubes will stay open for only a couple of months before scar tissue forms and blocks them again. The Felopio treatment can be used to clear scar tissue oft the fallopian tubes and unblock them naturally.
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