Is it possible to achieve a pregnancy after salpingoclasia? The answer is yes, but not naturally. Below we will share with you some information about the procedure that can be performed so that a salpingoclasia patient can get pregnant again.
Also called “tubal ligation”, it’s a permanent contraceptive procedure for women, where the fallopian tubes are cut and tied to prevent the passage of the egg from the ovary to the uterus.
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Sometimes a woman changes her mind after having a salpingoclasia, and wishes to get pregnant again to have a baby.
Although this is not possible naturally, since the fallopian tubes are tied, with the help of assisted reproductive treatment it can be achieved.
In Vitro Fertilization is the ideal treatment for these cases, since the patient’s egg is extracted and fertilized outside the uterus. For a few days the embryo is observed in the laboratory and then placed in the uterus so that it can continue and complete its development.
This procedure is safe and the patient must attend a consultation before starting the process. Our doctors are prepared to guide you and answer all your questions about the procedures.
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Pregnancy after salpingoclasia.