Terrie Potter


January 2004


Tubal reversal 

Jan 13, 2004


Pregnancy #1

It's a Girl!  Feb 2, 2005

Pregnancy #2 edd

Aug 6th, 2009







 Amber Lyn Potter

beautiful baby girl  born on

February 2,  2005!

I had my reversal in Jan of 2004 at the age of 39 and gave birth to a beautiful baby girl on Feb 2nd of this year. The entire experience starting in Mexico has been a positive one, and I would recommend it to everyone. God Bless, Terrie Potter

Dec 2008

Terrie Potter ( 43 years old and no fertility!!)    Baby Due Aug 6th, 2009

Update May 2004

I am 39 years old, and had my tubal reversal with Dr. Perez on 01-12-04, and just found out that DH and I are expecting a baby! Please pray for a healthy and safe pregnancy. Dr. Perez and Dr. Levi are definitely "Angels" to me.

Terrie P

TR 1-13-04 Lengths 8&9cm Baby due 1-31-05

January 2004

I am now 7 days post-op, and am feeling much better. I had my reversal done on January 12th, 2004. I am 38 years old, and have 3 children ages 17, 14, and 9. I had my ligation 9 years ago, and am now remarried to a wonderful man with no children. I went into this very nervous, but everything turned out fine.

We arrived at the hospital on Jan 12th at 2pm after an 8 hr flight, and a taxi ride by Aimee. The hospital was small and VERY clean. Dr. Levi was notified the minute I got there, and scheduled surgery for 7:30 that evening. They immediately put an IV into me, and prepped me up for surgery. At 7:30 my husband and I were being transferred to the OR. I don't remember much from there, but my husband said that everything went well. (They had me well medicated so I didn't feel anything, or know what was going on). 2 hours later, they were wheeling me back into my room.

I still have 7cm on the right side, and 8 cm on the left side. Dr. Levi said that I have a 90% chance of getting pregnant. The pain was very bad for the first 2 days, but got much better as each day went by. We stayed in the hospital until Jan 14th, so I was able to get pain meds when needed. The only thing I would recommend is that people bring a Spanish dictionary with them . The nurses knew basically no English, and it was hard to communicate with them. The total cost for the surgery was 1,956.00. (Which was much cheaper then in the US), and was much more individualized. I felt like person there, and not like a number. Flying home for 8 hours was a little rough, but we made it. We had wheelchairs waiting for us at each gate. The next message that I hope to leave is that I'm pregnant!

If I had to do it all over again.. YES I would!!

Terrie Potter


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