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Bilateral Partial Salpingectomy
I had a bilateral partial salpingectomy in 2009 my question is can I still have a reversal on this or there's no chances for me???
I had a bilateral partial salpingectomy incld bilateral fimbria. Removed 4.8cm in length, 0.7cm in diam RT 4.0cm in length 0.7 in diam LT can be rev.
I'm not certain: ...what your question is. Are you wondering if you can get pregnant in the future? If so, the answer is YES with certain exceptions, including (very important) why you had the surgery. You still have your ovaries and uterus. If you make healthy eggs & your partner (or donor) has healthy sperm, in vitro fertilization can assist you in getting pregnant.I ...Read more
Can I have a tubal reversal if I had this procedure done. I had a bilateral partial salpingectomies, including bilateral fimbriectomies done.
If you had your tubes and fimbriae removed, there is no tube left to reverse the procedure.
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I had a partial bilateral salpingectomy 16 yrs ago 3.5 cms in length x 0.5 cms diameter (right) 2cms x 0.5 cms (left) cut can I still get pregnant?
I had a partial bilateral salpingectomy 4 yrs ago 2.8 cms in length x 0.6 cms diameter (right) 2.3cms x 0.6 cms (left) cut can I still get a tubal rev?
Tubal revision: It will depend on how much tube h is left. I would see a reconstructive Surgeon and get his opinion ...Read more
Hello, im wondering I had a partial bilateral salpingectomy in november 8 2014 when I gave birth by csecction can I still get pregnant naturally.?
Partial?: I'm not sure there is such a thing as a partial bilateral scalpingectomy. Any bilateral scalpingectomy during a c-section is designed for sterilization as far as I know. That means you would not be able to get pregnant. You must ask your OB to find out for sure. Hope this helps! ...Read more
I had a partial bilateral salpingectomy in October 26, 2011... and my last menstruation was about March 17, 2015 but sometimes my period is irregular is it possible that I could be pregnant?
Possible: But low probability. A pregnancy test will give you the answer. ...Read more
If not bilateral, yes: Mother nature was "great" on redundency by providing two fallopian tubes and two ovaries for conception. If one is not available the other will "do the job". ...Read more
How much is bilateral salpingectomy cost before IVF I have no insurance and looking for the answer everywhere?
Expensive: Is is usually pretty expensive. The hospital will charge their fees for your bed your anesthesia etc which is way more expensive than any surgeon fee. Generally about $6-10, 000 or more in some cases. But data regarding that procedure before ivf is not straight forward and the benefit is not predictable. ...Read more
How much is bilateral salpingectomy cost before IVF? I have no insurance and looking for the answer everywhere....
Call the IVF doctors: They shoudl give you a special discount to remove your tubes first since they are the ones rec this. ...Read more
Just had a bilateral laparoscopic salpingectomy. Forgot to ask what position to sleep in. I typically sleep on my side. If it matters, I'm 35 w/3 kids?
Sleep in position: In which you feel most comfortable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Salpingectomy can you still get pregnant with having this procedure done and having only one partial tube left on the other side.
Pregnancy: It is very unlikely but if you have one tube partially open then there is a possibilty ...Read more
I had a salpingectomy after my ectopic miscarriage, now only partial of one tube is left. Is the test worth it to se if there is a clear passage?
Sure: If your other tube was not involved then you should still have one functioning tube. If there is concern your doctor can order an HSG. This is an Xray to check if the fallopian tubes are open. ...Read more
Can I still have a period 7 days out from surgery for bilateral salpingectomy, unilateral oophorectomy, and with IUD placed in surgery?
Possible: Depends on when your previous cycle was, sometimes it is not necessarily a period, but from the surgical procedure, or even placement of the IUD ...Read more
I had a bilateral laparoscopic salpingectomy 3 weeks ago, and have been having dark, almost brown bleeding. I still have my Nexplanon implant in.
Yes: In all cases if the tubes are removed the end leading to the uterus is either stitched shut or sealed with a cautery or other energy device. In all instances the ends are sealed one way or another ...Read more
How effective is a bilateral salpingectomy. Both tubes gone and bc pills in preventing pregnancy??
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