This is a question that is commonly asked among women who are approaching their 40’s or already in their 40’s. The fact of the matter is that there are many women who have healthy pregnancies and give birth to healthy babies in their 40’s. So asking if you are too old for a tubal reversal will depend on a few things.
First, a defense (of sorts) of this show. As Urbans, nearly everyone I know has waited well into their 30s and 40s to marry and spawn. I consider this to be not just normal, but responsible. Jon said in last night’s ep that he’s now 32, meaning he was 22 when he married, meaning he was 23/24 when he had the twins and 26/27 when he had sextuplets. For us Urbans, that is just batsh!t crazy. It simply does not happen in our world.
There are two main factors involved with this procedure. The first is the age of the woman at the time of the reversal. As women age it may take longer to become pregnant. The other is the type of ligation that was performed. There are a few occasions where IVF Centre in Hyderabad may look like the better choice to the surgeon who is asked to look at the report from the ligation. By choosing the right surgeon he will be able to tell you whether or not he feels that he can do the repair with a reasonable chance for you to become pregnant.
Advice IVF Centre was given to me all the time. Don’t stress. Relax. Go on a vacation. Get drunk. Oh ok, that’s right…I forgot to get drunk in order to get pregnant. Not going to work for me. My poor husband had to listen me complain day in and day out. I was so hard on myself and he couldn’t help me. He tried but nothing helped. I just couldn’t get pregnant.
While she waited she got to see a lot of other women trying very hard to conceive also. She would tell me of the pain and anguish a lot of them were feeling, as the treatments were not working for them. The disappointment she said showed on their face as they came in week after week hoping for some good news.
If there is anything good about having infertility problems it’s that the condition isn’t life threatening. You have the luxury of being able to try several means of treatment.
The woman who received the womb transplant is from Turkey and is now pregnant, a hospital in southern Turkey said. The Turkish woman was born without a womb.
As far as insurance covering this procedure, this is not likely as this is considered an elective procedure. Unless your insurance specifically states they will cover this procedure, you are going to have to find ways to pay for the procedure on your own. There are several loans and even grants that could help you cover the cost that you should consider researching into.