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26 Sep 2007

Pregnance after sterilisation
What are the way one can do follow if I want to fall pregnant again. I sterilised 3 years ago, I had personal reason why I did, now I am married to a wonderful man who understands my reason for streilisng. we sometimes talk about how about having a baby, he say it can be possible but I really do not know how. He is not presuring me

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01 Jan 0001

Dear Anon

Pregnancy after sterilisation is possible, there are essentially 2 options available. A reversal of sterilisation can be performed by microscopic surgery, one generally has approximately 30-40% chance of a successful reversal after the operation. If this fails or one can go directly onto invitro fertilisation to assist couples who have had a sterilisation. Invitro fertilisation is a process where the egg and the sperm can be fertilised by bypassing the sterilised fallopian tubes.
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