Tubal Reversal Success!

Kayla’s Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Announcement

Thank you so much for sharing your #tubalreversal success with us Kayla!

My name is Kayla Springfield. We had surgery November 4, 2015, and we are now seven weeks pregnant baby looked great and had a good heartbeat when we went for our appointment Monday. I’m sending in the ultrasound pictures we have gotten so far; I’ll continue to update and send pics in. Thank you all so so much for giving us this amazing gift! Dr Rosenfeld is the best!

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Tubal Reversal Surgeon in The Texas Medical Center

Rest assured that when you come to doctor Rosenfeld’s office, you are coming to the most advanced medical center in the world. We strive for best patient care possible and give a thorough examination of each patient and their case to make sure we give you the best chance of once again being able to conceive.

The Texas Medical Center is the largest medical center in the world. Located in Houston, the center contains 54 medicine-related institutions, including 21 hospitals and eight specialty institutions, eight academic and research institutions, four medical schools, six nursing schools, and schools of dentistry, public health, pharmacy, and other health-related practices.

The center exceeds one thousand acres (or 1.562 square miles) in size. Some member institutions are located outside of the city of Houston. The Center is where one of the first and largest air ambulance services was created and where one of the first successful inter-institutional transplant programs was developed.

More heart surgeries are performed in Texas Medical Center than anywhere else in the world.

The Texas Medical Center receives an average of 3,300 patient visits a day and over seven million annual patient visits, including over 18,000 international patients. In 2011, the center employed over 106,000 people, including 20,000 physicians, scientists, researchers and other advanced degree professionals in the life sciences.

Tubal Ligation Reversal

What is a tubal reversal?

A tubal reversal or tubal ligation reversal consists of very carefully attaching two ends of a Fallopian tube that were previously separated in the middle of the tube. Separation during tubal ligation may have been done by cutting and tying, burning, cauterization, or placing rings or clamps.

What should I look for in a microscopic tubal reversal surgeon?

Microscopic tubal reversal surgery has been called the ultimate in microsurgical procedures and is indeed one of the most challenging surgeries in medicine. You’ll want a surgeon who has many years of performing microscopic tubal reversals with thousands of successes. Be sure the experienced surgeon is performing your tubal reversal. If a surgeon’s partner has had thousands of successes, but he himself has been doing reversals for just a few years, you may want to keep looking. One of the most important things to look for are hundreds of patient testimonials. Satisfied tubal reversal patients are usually eager to share their stories about their tubal reversal and babies. If a surgeon is successful, he will have many tubal reversal patient testimonials like Dr. Rosenfeld does. Many of our patients offer their emails or Facebook pages so you can talk with them personally about their experiences.

My tubes were tied a long time ago, is it too late?

No, it is not too late for a successful tubal reversal procedure. We help women everyday who had their tubal ligations 10 or more years ago.