Tubal reversal or IVF?

It’s certainly not unheard of to want another baby after having a tubal ligation… Situations change, relationships change, LIFE CHANGES…. But luckily, there are ways to change your ability to have a baby even after a tubal ligation.

Two of the most popular options are

1. Have a tubal reversal


2. IVF

There’s lots to think about with both, and neither is really cheap or 100% effective. With the new mini IVF, costs can be cut a little if you want to go that route, but it still may take several rounds for it to work.

A tubal reversal is a major invasive surgery. It also may not necessarily work and it’s an elective procedure at that.

There are lots of pros and cons either way.

Have you conceived either of these ways? Can you tell us your story?

What benefits of tubal reversals or IVF treatments do you know?


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About Cassaundra Owens
Birth: February 13
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I'm a little strange, pretty green, and learning to live life as a wife, future mother, and entrepreneur. Right now, my husband and I are trying for our first after 3.5 years of infertility and 2 losses. Viva la adventure! Join me too at MortalMommy.com!