"Without Dr. Schnell and her expertise we would not have the children we have.
The care that I received from CORM was amazing... The staff is caring and genuine."
~ Roberts Family
"All of the staff at CORM are amazing and made the journey that much more exciting and easy.
I am very pleased with the care that was given to us and would do it all over again."
~ Loupe Family
"Dr. Schnell and Dr. Sims were realistic, but very encouraging in their treatment of me and my husband.
I didn’t feel like a patient... but their friend."
~ Smith Family
"If it were not for CORM and the wonderful staff I know we would still be waiting. My favorite thing
about CORM is that they realize how ready couples are to get pregnant and don't waste any time!"
~ Fontenot Family
"Words can't explain how thankful I am with Dr. Schnell & Dr. Sims and their wonderful passionate staff.
Thank you CORM for making our dream come true and making our lives complete!"
~ Nguyen Family
Tubal Reversals at Center of Reproductive Medicine
Tubal reversal is a microsurgical procedure that unblocks the fallopian tubes to reverse the effects of sterilization surgery. A successful tubal reversal operation allows women to conceive naturally and experience the joys of giving birth. This specialized surgery is very delicate and should only be performed by a top fertility specialist with significant experience performing tubal reversals.
The tubal ligation procedure (or, having your “tubes tied”) is a fairly common procedure for women who desire permanent birth control. For many, the decision to have sterilization surgery comes following the birth of one or more children, though sometimes the procedure is performed on women who do not wish to bear children, or have medical issues that would make pregnancy unsafe for them. As we all know, almost everything in life changes with time, whether it is our opinions, beliefs, health, financial situation, or even our marital situation; we may find ourselves in a position later in life wondering if it is possible to bear a child following tubal ligation. With today’s technology, it is possible for many women to get pregnant and have a child after a tubal ligation through a tubal reversal procedure.
CORM Is Now Accepting New Patients For Tubal Reversal
To help guide you, answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to the following questions:
- Are you 35 or older?
- Do you wish to have only one more child?
- Do you have a menstrual, hormonal, or sexual dysfunction of any kind?
- Were your fallopian tubes cauterized?
- Does your partner have a low sperm count?
If you answered ‘no’ to all or most of the questions, you may be a candidate for tubal reversal. If you answered ‘yes’ to all or most of the questions, your doctor may discuss alternative options with you, such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
The Center of Reproductive Medicine is dedicated to helping women and couples overcome infertility. With offices in Webster and Beaumont, CORM has helped build thousands of Texas families. Call us today to schedule an appointment with one of our highly skilled and compassionate fertility doctors to find out whether you’re a candidate for tubal reversal and how CORM can help you get a second chance at parenthood.
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