The Tubal Reversal Option
Advanced Reproductive Care™ is proud to offer a solution to the financial challenges of surgical costs.
The cost of tubal anastomosis (reversal) surgery is a factor that discourages many couples from pursuing this alternative. The participating practice can choose to offer a partial option, which would be professional fees only, or ARC® will negotiate a discounted fee with the hospital/surgery center and with the anesthesiologist to offer a total package price. Obstetrical and other medical services are not covered as part of this program.
Definition: A tubal reversal procedure is an operation to reanastomose (“put back together”) fallopian tubes that have been previously burned or cut so that a woman would have permanent contraception. This operation can usually be done as an outpatient procedure. A small incision (bikini cut) is made in the lower abdomen to expose the fallopian tubes. An operating microscope is used to magnify the very small tubes so that they can be carefully reattached with very small suture. The surgery takes about 2 – 3 hours. Pregnancy rates range from 50% to 70% in women under age 40.
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