In polymer procedure a soft polymer matrix implant is inserted into the tubal opening. As scar tissue grows into the implant, tubal blockage occurs. Tubal reversal surgeries are performed but the success rate varies. It depends on many factors like the women's age, method of tubal ligation performed, experience of the surgeon and techniques for repairing the tubes, length of follow-up after reversal surgery etc.It is best to discuss your concerns with a gynecologist and only after knowing your clinical details it can be decided whether tubal ligation reversal will be appropriate for you or not. I hope it helps.
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