Tubal Reconstruction Specialist

Carlos Rotman, MD, FACOG, FACS

Gynecologists & Surgeons located in Oak Brook, IL

Dr. Carlos Rotman provides tubal reconstruction services to women from in and around the greater Oak Brook area, across the country, and around the world.

Tubal Reconstruction Q & A

How Often Is Tubal Reconstruction Surgery Successful?

Dr. Rotman has an academically published success rate approaching 50 percent for laparoscopic tubal reconstruction, including fimbrioplasty/neosalpingostomy. Dr. Rotman is a pioneer in advanced operative laparoscopy, and he constantly invents new techniques and tools that benefit his patients. Additionally, Dr. Rotman has personally contributed a host of academically published articles to the medical literature. It is undeniable that the profession recognizes Dr. Rotman for his continued work in advancing women's health.

Does Age Play a Factor in the Success of Tubal Reconstruction?

Yes, the younger the patient, the higher the success rate. Even if a tubal reconstruction surgery is successful, a woman may still not become pregnant. Factors such as age, the presence of other fertility issues, and the body’s tendency to create scar tissue play a role in the success rate for pregnancy.

What Conditions Can Tubal Reconstruction Address?

Hydrosalpinx (plural hydrosalpinges) is a common condition, in which the end of one or both fallopian tubes is blocked and fluid builds up. Neosalpingostomy, commonly called fimbrioplasty, is a procedure designed to repair damaged fallopian tubes, and is ideally performed by laparoscopy. Dr. Rotman performs both neosalpingostomy/fimbrioplasty by laparoscopy, and his studies show that this should be the preferred approach for women who suffer from these conditions.

Each woman is unique and each type of tubal condition is different, which means the success rate may vary. The best way to answer this question is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rotman. He and his team provide care and treatment for all tubal reconstruction on an individual basis, giving each patient the most detailed and appropriate plan of treatment possible. This approach, combined with Dr. Rotman's advanced techniques, provide women from around the world with a high success rate for tubal reconstruction.

Major Insurance Providers Accepted

We accept most major insurance plans. Here is a list of some of the insurance plans we accept. Please check with the office for additional insurance plans accepted by Dr. Rotman.

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Aetna Better Health of Maryland
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