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Tubal reversal surgery at the Jones Institute can be very successful and can provide patients with an alternative treatment to in-vitro fertilization. In our experience 2 out of 3 of our patients will become pregnant after the procedure but this does depend on your age, the type of tubal ligation and whether you have scar tissue. After the procedure it allows you a chance to become pregnant every month and, unlike IVF, tubal reversal allows you the chance to become pregnant more than once without needing further treatment.
Please contact The Jones Institute at 757-446-7100 to schedule a consult appointment to discuss this further with a physician

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