The 5 Main Types of Tuboplasty Surgery

Thanks to modern technology and medical advances there are many type of fertility treatments in the world today. Tuboplasty refers to surgical operations that are meant to fix the functionality and integrity of a woman’s Fallopian tube in order for the woman to be able to achieve successful pregnancy.

Approximately 25% of all infertile couples are […]


In cases where an Essure device was placed for sterilization, a special Tubal Reversal procedure is needed. Essure was implemented starting in 2002 and is infrequently associated with chronic pelvic pain, severe menstrual cramping and some discomfort. Other symptoms could include rash, weight gain, hair loss and joint pains. Rarely, the source of the symptoms […]

3 of the Most Common Causes of Infertility

In order to understand what fertility treatment options are out there, you must first learn about the different causes of infertility — the failure to conceive (regardless of cause) after one year of trying.

Here are just a few of the most common causes.

Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which the endometrium — the tissue […]


About a third of female infertility is caused by tubal factors and endometriosis. In some cases the tubal problem is caused by pelvic inflammatory disease, previous ectopic pregnancy, obliterative fibrosis, tubal polyps, fibroids, salpingitis isthmica nodosa , fimbrial agglutination or adhesions and hydrosalpinx. However the most common reason for tubal infertility is previous tubal ligation […]

Tubal Reversal

Tuboplasty is the microsurgical procedure to accomplish tubal reversal. Tuboplasty as microsurgical tubal reanastomosis, especially of the midsegment has high success rate. The vast majority of midsegment occlusion cases are due to previous tubal ligation of different types. Varieties of tubal ligations include segmental tubal excision, ring sterilization, clip sterilization and coagulation.

Microsurgical tubal reanastomosis when […]

Fertility Treatments

Fertility treatments are directed to the specific problem. If a blockage is preventing an egg or sperm from moving through the tube this can be overcome by either tuboplasty (please see www.tuboplasty.com) or IVF. In cases of Polycystic ovaries there are immature eggs but no ovulation. This can be treated medically.

Polyps, fibroids or a septum […]