with Tubal Ligation Reversal

Some decisions are not permanent.
Hearts change. Families change. The desire to have more children can change.

At CARE Fertility, we are passionate about helping couples build the family of their dreams.

We care about you, and we’re here to help you reverse your tubal ligation.
Tubal ligation reversal offers an excellent opportunity for couples to expand or start a new family.
The tubal reversal procedure offers a more affordable alternative to IVF.
It also allows couples the opportunity to conceive in a natural way – without the additional concern of a multiple birth. 

With today’s advanced surgical techniques and the skill of our experienced surgeons, tubal reversal surgery may be done as an outpatient procedure with a small incision and short recovery period.
Over 1,500 tubal reversals have been performed at our state-of-the-art facility in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas.

Why choose CARE Fertility for your tubal reversal?

4 board certified Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Specialists with over 1,500 tubal reversals performed
Accredited, state-of-the-art Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) since 1996 with board certified anesthesiologists
Outpatient procedure with only a small 2-inch bikini incision and short recovery period
31 years of building families and increasing access to fertility care in the Dallas area.
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Founded in 1989 and located in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, CARE Fertility™ is led by husband and wife physician team, Kathleen Doody, M.D. and Kevin Doody, M.D.
Dr. Kathy and Dr. Kevin built CARE Fertility on the foundation of providing innovative treatment and focusing on each individual patient. Their mission is to help make fertility care more accessible to all families.
Risks of tubal reversal surgery
All surgeries carry some risks, including anesthesia, bleeding, infection, and injury. Let’s talk about them.

Anesthesia. For a healthy woman, this risk is low. The board certified anesthesiologists who come to CARE Fertility to do your procedure will talk with you and fully answer any concerns and questions you might have prior to the procedure.

Bleeding. The typical blood loss from a tubal reversal surgery is just a few tablespoons of blood.

Infection. Every surgery carries the possibility of infection, but this is rare.Injury to bowel or bladder. This risk is low in women who have not had multiple abdominal surgeries.

Increased chance for an ectopic pregnancy. Tubal pregnancy is possible, but unlikely. The incidence of ectopic pregnancy after a tubal reversal is 3% to 5%. If you are at least 2 days late for your menstrual period after your reversal, call our office for a pregnancy test.

Possibility of scarring of the tubes. The tubal lumen that are sewn together are quite tiny and occasionally, scar tissue may form during the healing process.

How much does a tubal reversal cost?
Please contact us for the cost of a tubal reversal for non-insurance patients.
The cost includes the surgeon’s fee, the facility fee, anesthesia, and pre- and post-operative telehealth consultations. Prepayment is required prior to scheduling surgery.Not included in the above surgery cost:

Fees include:
- A fee for the initial office visit. This includes a comprehensive examination and a pelvic ultrasound.
- Your prescreening bloodwork (prenatal panel).
- For patients with male partners, we recommend (but do not require) a semen analysis.

*Credit only (no cash refund) and does not include effortless IVF® cycle, egg or embryo donation, gestational carrier cycle, medication, or IVF cycle covered by insurance. Account credits only apply if your tubal reversal procedure is performed at CARE Fertility.