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7 months ago my left fallopian tube was unblocked by laparoscopy surgery but until now i still didn't get pregnant i got my regular period every month?

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Ask your surgeon...: Since, assumed, you and partner have been adequately evaluated for infertility leading to undergoing microscopic laparoscopic Fallopian tube reconnection, you should ask your treating team, esp. the surgeon to discuss your current concern after left tubal reconstruction, and no one online knows more about your individual conditions than her/him. Best wish to health and succeeding in achieving preg
Answered on Apr 9, 2016
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