Tubal ligation reversal is an advanced surgical procedure offered as a robotic surgery for restoring fertility to women in Utah who have had a previous tubal ligation.
The process joins together the previously cut fallopian tube segments, allowing the woman the chance to become pregnant again. Dr. Bradshaw Whitear’s expertise in tubal ligation reversal for Utah patients at Ogden Clinic is an alternative to in vitro fertilization (IVF), which is often time-consuming and cost-prohibitive. A tubal ligation reversal in Utah at Ogden Clinic allows couples to naturally conceive without this added time or cost.
For women who have had tubal ligation in the past and wish to restore their fertility or become pregnant, this minimally invasive surgical procedure is a great choice. Because it is a simple re-joining of healthy tissue structures, tubal ligation reversal at Ogden Clinic from Dr. Amber Bradshaw-Whitear allows for natural conception at home, without the use of expensive injections or medications. However, not all women are candidates for this procedure, and eligibility is determined by a variety of factors, including:
Tubal ligation reversal is not covered by insurance, and many hospitals across the country charge upwards of $10,000 for this procedure. However, Ogden Regional Medical Center is the only hospital in Utah to offer robotic-assisted tubal ligation reversal for restoring fertility. Dr. Amber Bradshaw-Whitear can provide this procedure for less than $7,000, which includes:
Robotic-assisted tubal ligation reversal at Ogden Clinic in Utah from Dr. Amber Bradshaw-Whitear is a worthwhile investment for eligible patients looking to regain their natural fertility. In contrast to traditional surgery, which requires larger incisions and longer recovery time, robotic surgery allows for safer, quicker procedures and fewer complications.