I had to essure put in me in 2007. I have been cramping bad a spotting blood. Can i get it taking out. I want to have a baby.

Hi Clorice28, Yes you can

Hi Clorice28,

Yes you can have an Essure reversal it is done in the doctors office (just like the insertion) and takes about 90 minutes. Every woman is different but the average chance of becoming pregnant after the removal is 57%.

You really should make an appointment with your doctor to find out why you have bad cramping and spotting. It is most likely not related to the Essure implant.

Please check out the web page below it will tell you everything you need and want to know about the reversal.

http://www.tubal-reversal.net/blog/2009/tubal-ligation-reversal/essure-r... (copy and paste into your browser bar)

Best Regards,


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