The laparoscopy tubal recanalization is prepared to revolve the sterilization of women. It involves reconnecting the cut portions of the fallopian tube performed before. The tubal sterilization reversal method is performed by laparoscopy under general anaesthesia. The tied tubes will be untied and the two ends are then reattached thus allowing the eggs to be fertilized once more. The important factors determining the success of recanalization the technique of sterilization and the remaining length of the tube after recanalization. Tubal ligation or tying of the tubes is usually considered a permanent method for family planning. But the chances of the women getting pregnant after recanalization varies with age and the function of the ovaries. This is a delicate procedure. This can be done either open or laparoscopically. Through the keyhole, we should be able to assess and see tubes, and then join them up in such a way that the sperms are able to pass across, giving a chance to become a mom again. Sometimes suture will be used inside the space and the single suture will hold it open. The success result is about 50 - 60%, provided one tries to plan the family as soon as possible, because all these recanalizations may close up in a short while.