The staff at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina announces the birth of the first Essure Reversal baby. Dr. Gary Berger performed the Essure Reversal surgery on November 4,2009. The surgery lasted exactly 2 hours and 4 minutes. Baby Elizabeth was born on February 28, 2011.
Essure is a relatively new form of permanent female sterilization. Although considered permanent, the surgeons at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center reverse the Essure using the tubouterine implantation procedure. The technique employed with this procedure removes the fallopian tubes from the uterus. Once the Essure coils and all scar tissue are removed the remaining healthy fallopian tubes are then reattached to the uterus. The Essure coils are fully removed by the surgeons so that there is no threat to the developing fetus.
Women who regret having the Essure procedure will often ask their physician if it reversible. The answers most commonly given are that it is not reversible or that the coils can be removed by having a full hysterectomy. This is disheartening to those that want a chance at having fertility restored.
The surgeons at Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center have proven that not only is the Essure reversible but that fertility can be restored. The birth of the first Essure Reversal baby is an event that has restored hope to many couples.
Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center is dedicated to just tubal ligation reversals. Dr. Gary Berger and Dr. Charles Monteith have dedicated their careers to just the reversal of tubal ligations. Dr. Berger is an early pioneer in the field of tubal ligation reversal surgery with over thirty years experience. Couples travel from around the world to have fertility restored and others for the relief of Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome.
For more information on Essure Reversal the tubal reversal nurses can be reached by calling 1-919-968-4656. Information on tubal ligation reversal is available on the website located at http://www.tubal-reversal.net/.