Callie Glenski Post


November 2005


Tubal ligation

July 1998

Tubal reversal 

Nov 19th 2005


Pregnancy #1 m/c

Pregnancy #2 triplets m/c 1

It's a Girl Jul 18, 2008

It's a Boy Jul 18, 2008


6 cm left

0 cm rt

HSG  March 2006 (said tube was closed, but I'm pregnant!)



Saxon Ezikeal Post

weighing 3lbs 7 oz -  born July 18, 2008

We are so very thankful to God and Dr Perez for the awesome work his clinic does. God does give people miracles, our babies are living proof!!!!!!



Ella Mae Post

weighing 4lbs 15 oz, - born July 18, 2008

We are so very thankful to God and Dr Perez for the awesome work his clinic does. God does give people miracles, our babies are living proof!!!!!!


Mar 2009

My husband and I had a tubal reversal 11/05. I only had one tube and one ovary and was in my early 40's, but we felt that we would do the reversal anyway and hope and pray for the best. I became pregnant 3 months after my reversal and had a miscarriage 6 weeks later. I would not be until December 2007 That I would become pregnant again. This time with triplets. Everything was going well until at 14 weeks one of our babies died. We were both devastated. My pregnancy went on with the two remaining babies until 33 weeks when they were born. Ella Mae weighing 4lbs 15 oz, and Saxon Ezikeal weighing 3lbs 7 oz's came into this world on July 18th 2008.

Callie Glenski/Post
Chris Post

April 2006

HI. I am a bit older than the usual story on here , 43 years old. I have 5 children with my 1st husband whom I am divorced from. I married my current husband whom has no biological children 2 years ago. I had a tubal ligation in July 1998. When I decided to have a reversal it was a long process figuring out who to go to. I first researched Dr's in the United States and they all seemed ok but were very expensive. I than joined some Catholic websites to see who they were using and that is where I found Dr Perez's name coming up over and over again. Some of the US Dr's also were discussed by people but a lot of the time they were being complained about what a poor job they were doing. Dr Perez however had no negative comments associated with him. In fact Dr Perez usually was the Dr people went to, to try to fix what was messed up.

I decided to take my chances leaving the United States to have my surgery. I had my reversal on November 19th 2005. The surgery went well, and I was told that I had 6 cm left.  I only have one ovary and one tube left. I lost the other ovary to fertility drugs, it became enlarged years ago and twisted. It had to be removed. So I knew going into this that my odds were not so good. When I returned home from surgery I felt pretty good, but still had my doubts about if I would ever get pregnant.

I had an HSG done to see if my tube was open in the beginning of March 2006. The doctor who did it said that he thought that my tube was not open. He said that there was something in my uterus by the entrance to the tube and no dye would even go down the tube at all. He also told me that if I wanted to still be pregnant that I would have to do IVF and probably use donor eggs because of my advance age of 43.  I had pretty much given up hope of having more children immediately. But guess what?!  I missed my next period and had a positive home pregnancy test that very next cycle. I went to the doctor and had a blood test done and guess what it was positive. I then had another hcg done 48 hours later and it was suppose to at least double and it tripled it's number.

God definitely works miracles! I truly believe that he really is in control. The likelihood of me finding Dr Perez and Dr Levi was a miracle in itself and for me to leave the USA for medical care really goes against my better judgment. 

I'm a registered nurse in an adult ICU here in the states. I would recommend Dr Perez and Dr Levi in a heartbeat to everyone. God is truly with them.

I am due December 4 2006.

God Bless


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