i am 34 years old i have a 10 year old boy and had my tubes tied when he was 1 . now i have been married for 4 years and want a baby any ideals on how to get undone when ensurance wont pay for it or how to get my doc. to help me?????
I had to have IVF after 3 years of trying due to poor egg qualitly. In talking with the doctor we discussed the fact that my tubes had been blocked at one time too. He said a lot of times when tubes have been blocked/damaged or tied that the best option is to harvest the eggs straight from the overy and do an IVF.
Make an appointment with a fertility specialist and discuss your options with him/her. There are several options and also several payment options for those of us whose insurance won't pay. Good luck to you on whatever you decide to do.
Everybody is different. My first step would be to see a fertility specialist. From there you can figure out what procedure would be best for you. Good Luck.
I go with emerson. I'm sure if insurance won't pay for a undoing the procedure. Probably the fert specialist can figure out the options available to you.
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im having the same problem. there are no fertility doctors in my area so no one knows who i should see. ive been researching on the internet but its very hard to choose a doctor when you know nothing about them. also the expense seems out of reach for some doctors. i found a doctor who will do a tubal reversal for $6700 but im going to have to drive 8 hrs to get there. if i even decide to go with this doctor. and the financing depends on the doctor. they only accept certain ones. that is unless you get a loan from a bank but then you dont get the 0% financing for a period of time.
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