Tubal Reversal Question
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tanya1231 - January 4

I had a tubal reversal surgery on 12-18-08 and ended up with 5.5cm on the left and 7.5cm on the right. I had gone through 3 failed IVF cycles in 8 months time last year. When the surgeon did my surgery he said that my ovaries were quite large probably due to IVF meds and that there was a lot of tension when he put the tubes back together. He told me to be VERY careful as he was afraid that to much activity too soon could cause the tubes to pull apart. OK...what exactly do you think I should avoid? Does it seem strange that they could come apart? Please help me!!!

 

B. Jacobs, M. D. - January 4

If an appropriate procedure was performed, I would not expest the tubes to pull apart. Certainly no activity on your part is going to make that happen. You are at risk for tubal pregnancy since, by definition, you have damaged tubes. They have been operated on twice.
Good luck.

 

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