Tubal ligation and artificial insemination
Tubal ligation and in vitro fertilization (IVF) are highly compatible treatments. pregnancy.
The ligament is commonly used as a contraceptive (in most cases, irreversible), while in vitro fertilization is used so that the patient can carry a pregnancy to term, with external support.
In vitro fertilization is the most successful method among women seeking to have a baby, ensuring up to 80% of pregnancies. And if the tubal ligation was performed, the chances of success remain the same, since for this process, the fallopian tubes do not play an important role.
Tubal ligation has a fine line of reversal, when the tissue was not altered, cutting it or preventing the union again.
The decision to reverse should be supported by a physician who knows the type of ligament used on the patient.
Surgery in most cases is recommended for patients with a limit age of 35 years, where the muscle is more resistant and the success rate is higher. For people 35 and over, IVF is chosen.
What favors in vitro fertilization in all ages is that it does not need surgery, only sessions are carried out with the gynecologist to extract the mature oocytes and their subsequent final implantation.
Those are the only two ways that a woman with a ligation can, at a future time, get pregnant with her own body. Artificial insemination is not a method that can be used, since the fallopian tubes come into play, which must be in good condition.
AI is a method where the fallopian tubes are used. The ovum is fertilized with sperm, which are previously implanted in the woman's uterus. And no surgery is necessary. However with ligation it is unlikely to make use of this method.
For women who successfully practice tubal repermeabilization, the doctor would have artificial insemination as an option. However, they can have other risks such as ectopic pregnancy, where the embryo develops outside the uterus (one example is that it develops in the fallopian tubes), causing obstruction in the area if not treated in advance.
The most important thing is to go to a medical Center that provides the tools for a good analysis of the case and designates the best method according to the conditions of the tubes.
Artificial insemination and tubal ligation are not compatible, and it is not a solution for a woman to decide after a while to get pregnant. Its success rate is lower than IVF. That is why doctors do not take it into account. Since in vitro fertilization compared to artificial insemination only has more steps that ensure pregnancy without risks.
This is because they perform the fertilization outside the womb, and they implant it for its development, in this case attention must be paid to the menstrual cycles of the woman, and cause the hormonal symptoms of a pregnancy so that the uterus receives the embryo.
Many women today decide to have their tubes tied at a time when the number of children is sufficient or they have an aversion to the process. It is extremely important to do it with a cool mind and without pressure, since it can be more difficult to take the pregnancy process again, which will usually require external help.
The couple resort to these external treatments when they have a willingness to procreate, and their dream seeks to transcend a past decision or evaluation. It is not a negative point, the different previous situations can be reversible today. As long as the patient is of an age that allows her to carry them out without endangering her health.
Artificial insemination is useful when one of the couples possesses the defective genetic material (usually the man) and the medical team, if diagnosed, will recommend a sperm donor, in order to offer the best in success rates.
The couple's success rate for a tubal ligation pregnancy will depend on their medical condition, age, and the method of pregnancy used.
Many couples have been looking to achieve a pregnancy after tubal ligation for a long time, and the new options that medicine offers them, gives them the opportunity to achieve it without surgery (in vitro fertilization). Artificial insemination is not a method used because it depends 100% on the fallopian tubes. Bad practice can lead to problems for the patient.
New technologies seek the inclusion of the entire population, including those that seek to reverse a previous process, to form the family of the future.