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Delivered a baby via c-section. Tubal ligation done, unable to get reversal done. Suggestions?

i just had a baby via c section and decided to do a tubal ligation but i am regreting it because now i realised that my little one will have no company and it is very distubing to me because there is nothing i can do now and i dont have money to consider a reversal. this is the biggest mistake i can ever make in my life
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

Congrats on your baby. As you mentioned reversal of tubal ligation is possible but carries a cost which will vary from surgeon to surgeon. In general it is about $6000.00.
Assuming that you do not want your second child immediately, you can consider setting up a special account where you can save specifically for the procedure.

If this is difficult , then when the time comes that you wish for another child, you can consider adoption.

i hope this helps and wish you the best.
Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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