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My fallopian tubes are clipped, sealed and tied can I still conceive?
Medically it is possible through tubal reversal which is a surgical procedure that reattaches the cut or sealed ends of the tubes. There are a few factors that affect the success of tubal reversal.
Clips and rings are the most common when it comes to fixing the Fallopian tubes. The chances of reversing the effects of the clips and rings are usually more successful than others. Electrocute is least likely to be successfully reversed. The less time that has passed since the tubal ligation was performed, the higher the chances of success will be to reverse the blocked, sealed, or cut tubes.
Success rates for reversals are about 70% to 80% and this depends on how much damage was done to the Fallopian tubes after the surgery.
Can my fallopian tubes grow back naturally?
After a total of 5 years following tubal ligation, about 13 out of 1,000 women will have become pregnant. Pregnancy may occur if: The tubes grow back together or a new passage forms (recanalization) that allows an egg to be fertilized by sperm. According to WEBMD.
According to Natural Health for Fertility, Tubes cannot come undone without a surgeon repairing them, but they can heal incompletely. In this case a fistula is formed, which is when the end of the tube heals leaving a very small opening. This small opening is enough to allow a pregnancy.