This question was answered on Sat 03, Jul 2010 05:13am by Dr Kristine Miguel

how long do a woman tubes stay tied after they are tied

    
Asked by vicl (Female; 25; none ; Relevant drugs:none ) on Thu 01, Jul 2010 05:56pm

how long do a woman tubes stay tied after they are tied

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Answer by Dr Kristine Miguel  on Sat 03, Jul 2010 05:13am:

Hi. Tubal ligation is considered a permanent surgical procedure, meaning the tube stays tied for years. However, there are some institutions that offer tube reversal and are quite expensive if you want to get pregnant again. For further queries, consult your doctor. Take care.
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Comment by shenita gooden on Thu 10, Mar 2011 06:48pm:
How much does it cost to get them Untied.I thaught. That. Tubes Untie n 5years

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