Reversing Essure is complex and involves serious risk. The surgeon makes small cuts above the pubic hairline. Then, they make small cuts in the fallopian tubes and carefully cut out each metal coil along with surrounding scar tissue. Doctors then reconnect the fallopian tubes to the uterus. After the surgery, however, the uterus is more likely to rupture during the later stages of pregnancy.
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