The procedures that allow successful tubal ligation reversal are usually sterilization procedures that create the least amount of damage to the fallopian tubes. These include sterilization with tubal clips or rings. Due to the way the Essure and Adiana systems seal off the fallopian tubes, it is usually not possible to reopen the fallopian tubes after these sterilization procedures. After having such procedures in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be a viable option for becoming pregnant. IVF involves taking eggs from the ovary, fertilizing them in a laboratory and inserting them into the uterus. Angeles Health offers IVF treatment as well as tubal ligation reversal at our fertility center, which is part of Mexico's largest private hospital network.
About Angeles Health
With 23 hospitals in 14 cities, we are Mexico’s largest private healthcare network. With over 11,000 medical specialists we see more North American patients than any other non-US based hospital network.
Angeles Health in Tijuana opened in 2006 and we pride ourselves on excellence in medical care and patient hospitality. We offer medical care at the highest level with the most advanced technology and services, fully equipped surgery rooms and modern diagnostic testing services. This is why talented physicians from all over the world choose to work at Angeles Health.
Patients from all around the world travel to Angeles Health because we are one of the most advanced private hospitals in Mexico. Our commitment to quality in all aspects of our services results in satisfied patients. Our recent commitment to obtain JCI accreditation confirms this. In addition there are excellent cost savings to be made when comparing treatment in Mexico with treatment in the US, Canada or elsewhere.
If you would like to find out for yourself how coming to Mexico for your Tubal Ligation Reversal procedure could benefit you please contact us using the form on the right. At Angeles Health offer a range of fertility treatments and are experienced in working with women and couples in a collaborative, supportive way.