Sterilisation is a medical procedure
to stop a women's reproductive ability. About
5 percent of women who do this, look for reversal
Reversal from sterilisation is available, in fact
it is very popular. In the process of sterilisation the fallopian tubes in a woman are either cut
or tied, so that the eggs do not get transported to the womb. Thus, it restricts
the fertilisation of eggs. Through reversal of
sterilisation the doctors try to re-connect the fallopian
tubes if they are not damaged badly.
Under general anesthetic a Laparotomy
is done to trim the fallopian tubes. This is done so that the fallopian tubes
are reconnected. Reconnection is done using very fine sutures.
operation is done using an operating microscope. There will be a pe
riod of inpatient care.