Tubal ligation reversalTubal re-anastomosis surgery; Tuboplasty
Tubal ligation reversal is surgery done to allow a woman who has had her tubes tied (tubal ligation) to become pregnant again. The fallopian tubes are reconnected in this reversal surgery. A tubal ligation cannot always be reversed if there is too little tube left or if it is damaged.
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