Scheduling a consultation with us is simple. Please call our office at 866-99-TUBAL Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM to speak directly with a new patient consultant. You may also contact us through our online contact form and a friendly tubal reversal coordinator will contact you to schedule your initial appointment with one of our physicians (in person for local patients, or by telephone for out of town patients).
The physicians and staff at the center for tubal reversal are eager to make your dream of becoming a parent a reality. We offer very flexible consultation and surgery schedule to accommodate our patients in every possible way. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
It is advisable that you fax us your tubal ligation operative report and/or pathology report (if available) prior to your initial consultation for initial tubal ligation eligibility screening. One of our physicians will review your report(s) and give the ok for an initial consultation. If it is determined that you are not eligible for a tubal reversal, our representative will contact you and offer you alternatives to a tubal reversal prior to your consultation. If you wish to find out about other fertility treatments (i.e. in vitro fertilization…), a consultation will be scheduled at that time.
Obtaining the operative and/or pathology reports of your tubal ligation can be done by simply contacting the physician who performed the tubal ligation, or the hospital/surgical center where the tubal ligation was performed, and signing a medical records release form. You can request that the operative and/or pathology reports be faxed directly to us at 866-99-TUBAL, or released to you. (Please note that some types of tubal ligations do not involve removal of any tissue and therefore will not result in any pathology report, see Reversible Tubal Ligations). If the operative and/or pathology report is not available, a consultation will be scheduled and one of our physicians will determine eligibility for a tubal reversal at the time of consultation (certain tests may be required to make such determination).