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    An_247444 posted:
    What is the best route to become pregnant. I had my tubes clamped back in 2005 and have since then remarried. My husband and I would like to have a baby. But we are not sure what is the best route for us. Would it be IVF, invetro, or would tubal reversal surgery be the best? Or could I just have the egg fertilized and have it placed back, then I wouldnt have to later have my tubes clamped again? What is the best route for this? Has anyone ever had this done? And what is the success rate? I have been reading and researching but it becomes a bit overwhelming at times. Thanks
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