Is Sterilization recoverable?

Ms Zhang is 34 years old now. She gave birth to her son 8 years ago and she had been living a happy life since then. She received a traditional sterilization operation called Tubal Ligation 6 years ago in a public hospital in Beijing, which blocked the way for the combination of sperm and egg as to achieve the purpose of contraception. Two years ago,Ms Zhang wanted another child for some reasons so she went to the original hospital to do a Salpingotomy. However, Ms zhang had been failed in getting pregnant after the operation without taking any contraceptive measures.

Through a friend, Ms Zhang heard of “Recoverable Sterilization through Laparoscope” initiated by Beijing Antai Hospital, which did not cut off fallopian tube and enjoyed a secondary pregnancy rate of almost 100% as well. She was regret t for she hadn’t known there was such an advanced technology before.

According to reliable document, for those who has received traditional tubal sterilization and want to get pregnant again, the success rate of recanalization and IVF(30%) are low and a considerable number of women can not achieve the goal.

Adhering to the principle of “ Retain the integrity of organs and avoid destructive operation to the greatest degree of extent”, Antai Hospital initiates “Recoverable Sterilization through Laparoscope” which means to perform a physical division for the ovary and fallopian tube through two 2-3mm holes. In this way, it both achieves the purpose of blocking the way for the combination of the sperm and egg, and guarantees the anatomic integrity of fallopian tube. If the women had the demand for regaining her fertility, the operation that loosen the physical division would make their ovary and fallopian tube return to their original position. The rate of the secondary pregnant is almost 100%. Total hospital stay would be three days. Besides, laparoscope could do examinations and operations towards other organs during the operation.